The artist couple Barbara and Stefan Müller Gritsch lived for 25 years in the former wood shop of the father of the artist. After selling this place, the couple was able to build a new home. The construction of housing at no time did not exceed the total amount of selling your old home.
The house was built with prefabricated wooden materials. The existence of an ancient basement facilitated process and timing of construction of the house.
The design was not restricted according to the budget. The results were places that allowed both artists variety and spatial complexity features required within the needs of the couple because they spend much time inside the house. An important part of the design was in Lenzburg environment, windows are designed as frames directed to specific points on the outside.
The house is conceived as a spatial continuity of many relationships.