Haus W is a prefabricated low-energy residence designed by Kraus Schönberg Architects and located in Hamburg, Germany. The residence was especially built for a couple and their two children. According to the architects, “the family wanted a house which felt like a connected space, but which would also offer individual freedom to the occupants. The building is separated into an upper and a lower part. The upper volume consists of rooms of various heights corresponding to their individual function. Bedrooms, bathrooms, the dressing room and the rooms for the children all require different heights and project into the lower living areas. This common space is organized by these staggered volumes without being interrupted by partitions.The walls and floors of the individual upper rooms are built of sustainable CNC-cut timber panels. These do a variety of things: they constitute the finish; define spaces and functions; help insulate the building; are recyclable; create a comfortable internal environment; and offer a cost-effective building solution”. Enjoy the interior design elements this home has to offer and feel free to get inspired and share your thoughts with us.