Architects: Sebastian Buchegger, Heinrich Sturzenegger
Thelottstraße 11, Augsburg
The two-story former residential building with projecting tent roof and bay-like extension is situated on a slope, so that the basement opens onto the large, former kitchen garden.
A representative entrance area leads into the wood-paneled business office, where Sebastian Buchegger received tenants and buyers of houses and apartments in his garden suburb in the Thelottviertel, which was built from 1907.
The private rooms were connected to the business office and accessible via another side entrance to the house.
On the first floor there is also a kitchen with pantry and several living rooms. A central staircase with two attached toilets leads to the upper floor with further living rooms and bathroom as well as to the attic.
The former residence of architect Sebastian Buchegger is located in Augsburg’s Thelottviertel, which was built between 1907 and 1929 according to his plans and is considered Germany’s first garden city as well as a significant contribution to reform architecture.