Residential development Lutisbach Oberägeri, 2013–2024
Development in 2 stages
Following the morphological traces of settlement in the east, the steeply sloping hillside to the south is carefully dotted with 13 individual buildings. The existing route of the Lutisbachweg is largely preserved and becomes the organising element of the new development. The placement of the individual buildings follows the gentle gradient of the slope, so that its wave-like contours are reflected in a slightly shifting building configuration.
The broken up form of the building by means of three staggered interlocking volumes is not only the answer to building on a slope, it also reflects the granularity of the neighbouring buildings. In this way, the attic storey can be well integrated into the volumetric structure. Furthermore, its size offers space for two attic units per house.
In the first stage, three of the 13 houses have already been built. Intensive work is currently being undertaken on the planning of the other ten houses.
Lutisbach in 6315 Oberägeri
Buildings 1–3: Realisation 2014–2018
Buildings 4–13: Realisation 2020–2024
Buildings 1–3: Swiss Life AG, Zurich
Buildings 4–13: Mobimo Management AG, Küsnacht
Buildings 1–3: 30 owner-occupied apartments
Buildings 4–13: 90 owner-occupied apartments
Jakob Steib, Michael Geschwentner, Matthias Kyburz
Buildings 1–3: Isabel Bernhard (PL), Simone Liner (Stv. PL), Chiara Zunino, Timo Meyer, Barbara Compolongo, Gabriela Weber, Maya Gunz, Nathalie Bachmann
Buildings 4–13: Valton Rexha, Nicole Bucher, Fiona Endres, Aline Jean, Sandro Schmid, Andrea Jeger, Silvia Burgermeister