The Seul-born Hannover-based industrial designer Patrick Frey has recently completed his first architectural project, a prefabricated single-storey summerhouse located on the outskirts of Berlin. The well-proportioned, light-filled house can be easily adapted into a holiday or weekend house, a study or even a house for year-round use. Frey, who established his studio in 2007 has collaborated on this project with the architect Björn Götte.
Scroll down to watch the ‘making of’ video documenting the entire assembly process of the house.
From Patrick Frey Industrial Design:
‘The summerhouse Piu is a mondern per-fabricated wooden house with an unusual design and is beautifully finished. It is simple, elegant and versatile. Piu can be used in different ways. It offers occupants may be a holiday house, a calm every-day study, a weekend-holiday home, a comfortable domicile through the whole year etc. Piu enables people to spend their time in places and in a house which they can afford – not only in summer. Piu is a development in cooperation with the architect Björn Götte.’