Structure across the board

In the home of a family from Schmalfeld, the acoustic panels from the Troldtekt design solution v-Line give the rooms a clear structure and also emphasise the cosy atmosphere through the entire house.

A family in the small municipality of Schmalfeld in the Segeberg district (Schleswig-Holstein) has fulfilled their personal dream of owning a Scandinavian-style home. The house in timber frame construction with a saddle roof inclined 27° and covered with clay roof tiles stands on a 2,000 square metre plot in a quiet residential area. Wooden façades in bold red, white-framed gables, windows and doors are typical of Nordic-style wooden houses. Both the exterior walls with a total thickness of 380 mm and the interior walls (155 mm) have multi-layer insulation and are clad with gypsum plasterboard. The wood-beamed ceiling was clad with lightweight wooden wool panels in the living and dining area, as well as in the bedrooms.

An almost inexhaustible heat supply to the home is provided by a ground source heat pump, which delivers the absorbed energy to the heating system. The heat is distributed throughout the house via underfloor heating, the floors are covered with tiles and wood laminate. The wood-burning stove in the living room not only provides additional heating when required, but also creates a cosy atmosphere.


Rustic cosiness

The 136 square metre usable area, which only extends to the ground floor, offers sufficient space for the small family. The light-flooded living room is connected to the dining area and kitchen via an open hallway. Reddish brown tiles and elegant wood laminate give the brightly painted rooms, some of which are furnished with rustic wooden furniture, an inviting cosiness.


Sophisticated design

The feel-good character is emphasised even further by the light acoustic ceilings with continuous longitudinal grooves, which are used in the living and dining area, as well as in the bedrooms, and quite literally give the rooms a clear structure and cleverly carry the moulding of the façade through into the interior.