Cluster Towers

  • Aïre, Geneva
  • Three towers with shed roof accommodate different sizes of families, each family inhabits one tower. The towers are joined to one another by a double height room on their backside, where the approximately 20 inhabitants share a living space and come together.
  • Sleeping and private living rooms are situated in the towers on the three upper floors. The topography of the plot shapes the typology of the house and generates a downward movement from the entrance to the ateliers up to the living room and the terrace. This movement is repeated on all floors.
  • By spreading apart into three towers, the house adapts to the topography of the slope and aligns itself with the two neighbouring houses.

Location: Suburb, Urban, Hill

Material: Concrete, Glass

Contributor: Stella Meister
25 July 2023