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Thomas Kröger, metal-clad house, agricultural cooperative, werkhouse, iron skin, minimalist house, workshop and house, corrugated metal facade, wood chip boiler, german countryside,

Werkhouse’s charm comes from its simple yet precise design with few decorative frills. The no-nonsense, minimalistic style is evident in the restrained color scheme, exposed trusses, and its raw, but polished materials palette. Pinewood, which covers the entire bedroom, brings warm accents throughout the house, from the panels for the meeting room to the entrance to the living spaces.

Formerly a metal workshop for a local agricultural cooperative, the renovated building is split into three areas: a studio, living quarters, and a two-story workshop with office spaces. Large glazed windows look out into the Brandenburg countryside. To better bolster Werkhouse against the bitterly cold winters, Kröger added thick insulation beneath the corrugated metal facade. A woodchip boiler fed by waste from the carpentry workshop heats the interior.

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