House WIECKin in the small fishing village of Wieck on the Peninsula Fischland-Darß-Zingst is located on a long, narrow lot. It has been sensitively adapted to the particular plot layout and surroundings. The house has been created in the typical local building form with two-storeys and a low roof pitch. The building materials (wood, metal, stone and concrete) are also typical of the region. The house gets its modern twist through the black painted larch wood facade, the zinc roof, the large windows on the ground floor and the corner windows upstairs.
The 120 square meter house can accommodate 4 to 6 people. The ground floor consists of an open plan living space with lounge area by the fireplace, large oak dining table and kitchen, as well as a guest bedroom and a shower room. A concrete staircase leads to the upper floor with two bedrooms and a large bathroom with a sauna.
What to do
Swimming, surfing / kite surfing, hiking, boating on the Bodden, biking, horseback riding, exhibitions and concerts, excursions to Hiddensee
Why we like this house
WIECKin is a modern interpretation of a traditional building type and both outside and inside characterized by functionality and clean lines.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Wieck auf dem Darß
Name: WIECKin House
Scenery: Peninsula between lagoon (Bodden) and the Baltic Sea beach
Number of guests: regularly 4 persons, on request up to 6 people
Design: Möhring Architekten, Berlin