The Atelier Am Stein is the roof and the heads that have gathered there to work better, more efficiently, more beautifully, more harmoniously and more pleasurably.
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It was a combination of the need for more space for creative and concept-oriented work, the dilapidated state of a building that was very old in parts and the desire to design ecological architecture in the midst of the unspoilt countryside.
The key was to strike a balance between old and new (the fascinating combination of centuries-old stone walls with architecture at once modern and timeless), light and shade (large windows that allow light to flood into the rooms and dark corners offering shade), here and there (harmonising with the scenery while being influenced by trips to foreign lands) and seclusion and openness (finding the peace necessary for work and remaining accessible to communicate and exchange ideas with inspirational people).
Now it is a studio that provides a roof over the heads of team members who just had to meet because they complement each other perfectly.