Timbatec supported Burkart Tilegno AG in the structural analysis of a single-family house in Unterägeri. It quickly became clear that the three-story building on the hillside above Unterägeri would not be an ordinary single-family house, but a modern villa.
The new single-family houses are located directly in the historic center of Illnau. Due to the modern wooden construction as well as the wooden roofing, contemporary comfort and historical charm were optimally combined.
The single-family house in Otelfingen in the canton of Zurich, which has four rooms, is located on a beautiful slope. Virtually everything you see in this house is made of wood. The house consists of the natural building material from the floor slab onwards.
In the most beautiful location directly on the Wohlensee, a sophisticated single-family house was built in Hinterkappelen. On the massive basement, a building with three floors was erected in timber construction. The wall elements were realized in timber frame construction. A board stack construction was chosen for the floor slabs. Generous galleries, high rooms and a lot of window area characterize the modern building.
The beautifully located two-family house in Oberhofen on Lake Thun was to be adapted to the ideas of the client after a change of ownership and converted into a single-family house. For the energy supply, a full-surface covering of the roof with photovoltaic elements was planned.
The development in the Minergie-P Eco standard is designed as a zero-energy housing estate and consists of 2 multi-family houses and 7 terraced single-family houses. The entire settlement is built from the first floor in timber construction.
The Minergie wood system building Casa Muntaluna is a vacation and dream house in one, in the middle of the skiing area Pizol. The vacation home is located at 1'600m above sea level in the Pardiel above Bad Ragaz.
This simple, rectangular, Minergie-standard single-family house on a slope did not present a major challenge to the timber engineer from the outside. The difficulty, however, was that the top floor had hardly any walls.