Loi Black is situated in the village of Loissin between Rügen and Usedom near the Bay of Greifswald. The name refers to its black façade: This wooden house was inspired by the region’s typical black boathouses and sheds. Its archetypal structure is broken up by a generous terrace canopy and contrasting window and door reveals.
The house includes two nearly identical apartments which are entered from the gable side. First you come into an open, two-story living room which extends into the dining area. The bedroom and bathroom are housed within a huge wooden compartment, the walls of which integrate the kitchenette, shelves and storage spaces, as well as the stairs that lead up to the attic bedroom.
By opening the dining area’s double doors, both apartments can be connected to form a house catering to twelve people.
Pictures by Clemens Ahlgrimm
What to do
Beach holidays, fishing, surfing, cycling, relaxing.
Why we like this house
Modern, simple architecture and optimal use of space.
This house is great for
Great for shared holidays with two families where both apartments can be rented together.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Loissin
Name: Loi Black
Scenery: small village close to the Baltic Sea
Number of guests: each detached house 2-6 people, a maximum of 12 guests
Design: Clemens Ahlgrimm + Sebastian Luxenburger, Berlin