Residential buildings

Most of our clients use CLAYTEC clay building materials for property they themselves own and live in. This allows them to experience the indoor climate and the beauty of the surfaces each and every day. However, our clients use and interpret the clay building materials very differently: For classic ecological design, a stylish ambience, or a cool and modern design. It's entirely up to you! Customise it for yourself. Clay gives you all the relevant possibilities. Naturally, this also applies to rental flats created with clay coatings. Let yourself be inspired by our selected residential projects.

Rosenfeld old button factory

Rosenfeld old button factory

The elaborate complete renovation of a part of the old Rosenfeld button factory to create a residential building is an example of sustainable construction.

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residential building in Viersen-Süchteln

residential building in Viersen-Süchteln

The private residential building in Viersen-Süchteln was planned and built in 1969 by the architect Hermann Breidenbach, the father of the owner of CLAYTEC, Peter Breidenbach

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Holistic Living

Holistic Living

With the Holistic Living plus energy buildings at Wannsee in Berlin, the internationally active planning agency GRAFT Gesellschaft von Architekten implemented a holistic approach connecting modern architecture and innovative building equipment with the highest requirements with regard to sustainability and health.

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The Ökowohnbox

The Ökowohnbox

With her Ökowohnbox (lit. EcoLiveBox), the Swiss construction biologist Tanja Schindler and her German colleague Heiko Anken offer an answer to the pressing need for pioneering, socially and culturally sustainable, affordable and simultaneously healthy residential living spaces while taking into account changing family and age structures

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Reichenow residential building

Reichenow residential building

Under the leadership of the architect Guntram Jankowski, a low-energy building without ventilation system commissioned by the clients Ines Rutschke and Matthias Müller was built. This was made possible by the consistent use of the natural building materials wood and clay.

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Kirchstraße 7 in Entringen

Kirchstraße 7 in Entringen

Master carpenter Wilhelm Seeger purchased a historic building in Ammerbuch-Entringen, in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It was part of the former commercial courtyard of the Bebenhausen Monastery

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