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Single-family house in London

The affluent neighbourhood of Chelsea is located in West London. A single-family home in this luxurious district, Chelsea Residence, was extensively renovated. The Systems Integrator James Tillyard from MOSAIC was contracted for the restoration project. The Systems Integrator recommended a KNX system with the Gira X1 server to the client. Four Gira G1s were also installed in the residence.
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Teutoburg Forest house

In a resort town in the Teutoburg Forest, a family has converted their house into a bright, open dream home. The brick building from the 1980s not only required updating; it had also become too small for its four occupants. Therefore, the family decided to build a large extension onto their home, rather than just renovate it. Combined with intelligent building technology and entertainment electronics, the home now offers the ultimate in convenience, bright living space, and maximum security.
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Residence near Lake Constance

A home owner near Lake Constance has fulfilled his dream of having an office with a view: From the top floor, one can enjoy a fabulous vista of the water and the Alps rising into the sky behind the lake. In terms of building technology, virtually everything that you could wish for in an intelligent home has been installed. All components in the house have been networked via a KNX system, so that they can be controlled centrally and even automatically, when cross-linked with each other.
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Edge House in Krakow

Krakow is considered as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Today, the second largest city in Poland is still referred to as the country's unofficial capital. Just four kilometres from the centre as the crow flies, a former quarry has become home to a residence with a striking slate roof: the Edge House.
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Building complex at Fitzroy Place, London

Fitzroy Place is located right in the heart of London – in the district of Fitzrovia, just a few minutes from Oxford Street, Regent Street and Regent’s Park. This area has always attracted artists and creatives – and was once home to Charles Dickens, Arthur Rimbaud and Virginia Woolf. Fitzroy Place is a unique collection of new buildings, comprising apartments, shops, restaurants, cafés and office space, all organised around a green square. At the centre lies Fitzrovia Chapel, erected at the end of the 19th century.
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The Mansion in Munich

The luxurious villa, The Mansion, is located in the luxurious residential neighbourhood of Grünwald, an exclusive and international municipality to the south of Munich with a perfect infrastructure. It was originally built by a developer in the 1970s, but is now owned by a professional footballer, who bought it from his former fellow football player Zvjezdan Misimovic. The latter is now a shareholder of the executing company "M10 Wohnbau".
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Tumle residential home near Gothenburg, Sweden

On a mountaintop overlooking the Skagerrak stands this black, hexagonal residence, where no two sides look alike: Tumle House. Its shape - an irregular hexagon - follows both the topography of the site and the preferences of the owner family. For planning and construction, they hired the architect Johannes Norlander. The result is an exceptional work of art in the form of a truly unique building.
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High-tech garage for a classic car lover

Architect Peter Heinz converted an old barn into a high-tech garage with the character of a workshop to house the treasures of a classic car lover. The historic charm of the building melds brilliantly with purposefully positioned modern accents. Safety and comfort are guaranteed by the networked, highly-intelligent building technology.
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Loft Panzerhalle, Salzburg

The former Panzerhalle (tank hall) is located in the grounds of the Struber barracks in the district of Maxglan in Salzburg. It was built back in 1939. Up to the withdrawal of the Austrian Armed Forces it was used as a workshop for tanks and other vehicles. The conversion resulted in lofts with high-quality interior spaces. The characteristic exterior was retained. The mix of different types of use inside is exciting.
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Villa overlooking the Rhine

This villa literally brings nature inside the home. In good weather the family of five live almost entirely outdoors – in the enchantingly laid-out garden spread over several terraces high above the Rhine. Modern building technology ensures optimal living comfort and security at all times, both inside and out.
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Mountain Lodge Tamersc

Resting, regaining strength and pampering yourself: relaxation and convenience top the list of holiday priorities. This is true for both recreational activities and accommodations. You don't want to have to make any sacrifices during the most wonderful time of the year. That's why the Tuscan builder decided on state-of-the-art building technology when building the holiday lodge in the mountains of South Tyrol. This technology is surprising considering the rustic feel of the hut in its idyllic surroundings.
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Pallet House, Vienna

As part of the gau:di competition (European Student Competition on Sustainable Architecture), European students were asked to develop a "minimum house for leisure for the XXI century". The two winners from TU Wien, Gregory Pils and Andreas Claus Schnetzer, have not only planned a small house for leisure, but also one that can be used for different purposes.
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Artisan building complex in Fitzrovia, London

The renowned London project developer Dukelease has renovated six historical buildings in the centre of London, and transformed them into 13 luxurious apartments and penthouses. The apartments were equipped with state-of-the-art building technology – a Gira KNX system with the Gira HomeServer and touch sensors from the Gira E22 in aluminium switch range.
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Urban villa in Stuttgart

In an exposed hillside location above the roofs of the Swabian metropolis, bottega+ehrhardt architects constructed a distinctive urban villa using bricks and exposed concrete. The three-storey structure is located directly on the edge of the woods and, as well as the developer's apartment on 2 levels, also includes a self-contained apartment at garden level. The developer's family opted very consciously for a home built to the passive house standard with clever building technology.
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Single-family house in Biberach

In Biberach County – located in the heart of Upper Swabia – a builder couple decided on an exclusive building site for a single-family house of superlatives, planned by renowned architect Werner Sobek from Stuttgart. The occupants' specifications included a sophisticated energy concept, in addition to maximum convenience in a minimalistic style.
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Single-family house in Slovenia

A Slovenian husband and wife found the perfect property amidst idyllic surroundings close to Velesovo at the foot of the Kamnik Alps. Located on the outskirts, it is ideal for the active, sport-loving couple. The couple's demanding visions of a house tailored to their age were put into the hands of architect Matej Gasperic, who implemented them down to the very last detail.
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Smart ecological Bauhaus design

This house proves that green living doesn't necessarily have to look ecological. Spacious rooms, huge windows, and exposed concrete are combined with a well-designed energy concept and intelligent home technology.
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Loft in Alling

In this luxury private loft in Alling, comfort takes centre stage. Visitors can experience Connected Comfort intelligent networked solutions with all of their senses.
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Single-family home in Hampshire, UK

Thornby is an elegant detached house in the New Forest, an area in the English county of Hampshire. Its architectural style and size make it an imposing property: a traditional brick house, surrounded by an attractive, landscaped garden. The family decided on an extensive renovation, with intelligent building technology from Gira ensuring maximum convenience and energy efficiency.
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Villa Kogelhof in Kamperland

Living where others go on holidays: In the town Kamperland, located in the Dutch province of Zeeland. In this coastal town, residents and holidaymakers enjoy walks on the beach, romping around in the ocean, and warm evenings with friends. A family of builders chose this idyllic location for its new home. The result is a spectacular residence covering 715 square metres, designed by the architecture firm Paul de Ruiter in Amsterdam.
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Plankstetten Abbey

Plankstetten Abbey is a Benedictine abbey in the Eichstätt diocese with a history that dates back to the 12th century. As part of an extensive renovation, the convent building, monks' cells, choir chapel, central kitchen, guest rooms, and training rooms have been modernised. A KNX system has been installed in portions of the building.
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Villa in the Rheingau

The builder fell for the heavenly slope with a panoramic view over the Rheingau when she bought the house in 2009 – a villa built in the 1960s, which had to be thoroughly renovated. Especially the tight floor plan and outdated energy concept were no longer up to current standards.
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Spicer's House in Oxshott

The small village of Oxshott lies to the south west of London. In the shadows of the capital, its inhabitants enjoy a rural quality of life. The idyllic hamlet has also become home to a truly exquisite presence: the Spicer's House. Built for a family, the mansion comes complete with a park in grounds spanning 0.2 acres. The house alone covers a good 1,000 m2. Its residents enjoy first-class luxury over three floors.
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Efficiency House Plus in Berlin

A new construction in Berlin demonstrates today's state of the art: the Efficiency House Plus with electric mobility is a flagship project of the German Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development. The model is intended to be clear proof that complete supply with renewable energy is already possible today in two central areas of life, namely living and mobility.
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The Häfele Functionality Cube

The 2012 state horticultural show was held in Nagold under the motto of "Green Urbanity". The local company Häfele demonstrated an example of modern life in accordance with nature. For this demonstration, the Swabian fittings specialist developed an interior concept for the loftcube built by Berlin designer Werner Aisslinger. The loftcube combines all living areas with elegance and functionality on just 39 m².
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Urban villa in Hamburg

Planning it took several years, but it was built in just a single year. The builder fulfilled his long-standing wish for an atrium home in a Hamburg suburb. The result is an urban villa with the highest architectural requirements, equipped with state-of-the-art building technology.
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iLiving in white

At the beginning, the builder of the single-family house in Pustertal, South Tyrol, had one thing in mind: architecture which was as modern as possible. The result is impressive. With its classic lines and puristic elegance, the new 300 m2 construction is captivating both indoors and outdoors – and the heavenly location of the home does the rest.
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Hamburg house boat

An unusual house boat designed by sprenger von der lippe architekten is located in central Hamburg and yet surrounded by nature. Extensive glass façades ensure maritime living flair on deck. Modern architecture and intelligent electrical installation round off the one-of-a-kind living experience.
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Living in Munich

Architect Adrian Sarnes realised a one-of-a-kind residence in Munich. It is monolithic, flooded with light, with a lot of visible concrete and huge glass surfaces. Intelligent building technology guarantees perfect convenience and a high standard of living.
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Munich penthouse

A penthouse high above the rooftops of Munich: The building has its roots in late Classicism, while the conversion of the two-storey penthouse is extremely modern. The furnishing also reflects the tension of these two poles. Selected Biedermeier furniture in a puristic ambiance and a state-of-the-art home cinema in the traditional fireplace lounge. Tradition meets modernity here, based on cosmopolitanism and spaciousness.
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smarthouse213

If we want to know how we will be living tomorrow, all we need to do is ask the local electrician. He is already offering intelligent building technology for future living styles today. For example, for Matthias Schmidt: in his residence, a large number of individual components of the electrical system and sub-networks were combined to form a well thought-out overall solution. This KNX installation provides more convenience, more security and higher energy efficiency.
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Residence near Heidelberg

Not much is left of the original building. The Munich villa from the 1920s with the large garden plot was completely gutted, renovated and rebuilt, until finally only the façade and the magnificent wooden staircase inside remain. The new occupants knew what was important to them: the house should be bright, spacious, comfortable and equipped with the best that modern building technology had to offer.
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High-tech villa in Munich

Not much is left of the original building. The building with the large garden plot was completely gutted, renovated and rebuilt, until finally only the façade and the magnificent wooden staircase inside remain. The new occupants knew what was important to them: the house should be bright, spacious, comfortable and equipped with the best that modern building technology had to offer.
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Residence in Nuremberg

The modern villa is only a fifteen-minute walk from Nuremberg's historic city centre. Its architecture is minimalistic, and the strict Bauhaus style is only relaxed with a cosy warm façade of larch wood. The house is equipped for the future with modern building technology and an intelligent KNX system. It will also adapt to the future needs of its occupants.
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"PAPSTAR" project

With the "PAPSTAR" project, Berlin businessman Dirk Fabarius is continuing his commitment to new residential styles and technology. He modernised three penthouse flats in the Prenzlauer Berg district in accordance with "e-living of the future" standards. System Integrator Carsten Kröning planned and programmed the home technology controlled by a Gira HomeServer.
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Residence in Altweilnau

Actually the Preußers only wanted to add onto and renovate their parents' home which was built in the 1950s. But then another alternative emerged in a free property owned by the family. It features an extreme slope located high above Altweilnau, directly on the edge of the woods with a breathtaking view of the castle ruins and into the Taunus mountains.
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Lake house

The location directly on a lake with its own landing stage is idyllic. Only the house which once stood here was a deterrent; it was tight, dark and small. But the new owner had the building redesigned to a bright, friendly and open residence for his family.
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Residence in Gutenberg

Brick on brick, windows, doors, a roof – these have been the traditional components of homes for centuries. In many cases, this is still true today, although there have been many useful innovations in single-family home construction. However, these innovations are complex and must be planned accordingly. The precise coordination of all the components is an absolute necessity.
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Residential building The Pavilion in Blackheath, London

In Blackheath, the owners started out by purchasing a pagoda, originally built by the architect Sir William Chambers in the oriental style popular in the 18th century. For living, however, they wanted a modern and energy-efficient home, while preferably staying in this leafy part of London. A good friend of the family suggested building an add-on below the pagoda. The single-family home was designed by their son Sam Cooper.
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