The Strandwood House at the marina of the fishing village Gager was inspired by the traditional boat houses on the Baltic coast used for the storage and maintenance of ships. With its simple structure and the larch façade turned grey by weather and wind this newly built wooden house fits in perfectly with the backdrop of the harbour. Just as the island landscape the house is characterised by nature, peace, clarity, air and light. Large, custom-made Danish windows let the sun inside. The main room with a living, dining and kitchen area features an open gallery and has a ceiling height of almost eight meters. Natural building materials, the interior in Scandinavian minimalist style and the calm colour palette create a casual, relaxed atmosphere.
What to do
- hiking & walking in the "Zicker Alps"
- the Bodden beach (only hunderd meters away) is a popular spot for kite surfers
- you reach the sandy beach between Lobbe and the seaside resort of Thiessow on foot or by bicycle in a few minutes
- the popular seaside resort of Sellin with its numerous restaurants and traditional seaside architecture is also close by
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Baltic island of Rügen, Gager
Name: Strandwood House
Scenery: small harbor village on a Baltic island
Number of guests: up to 8 people
Design: Kilian Piltz, Wolfgang Warnkross
Published: Haus & Bauen Extra 2018
1-2 (house/apartment), 1-4 (house/apartment), 1-6 (house/apartment), Beach, Beach front I, DE – Germany, Family, Harbour live, Hiking, House, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Modern, Pet friendly, Scandi chic, Sea, Seaview, Sustainable materials, Wood