I have to admit, I sometimes thought it is a bit childish if you have to listen people talking about the progress on their construction site like expectant parents about their baby. But last Sunday, standing the first time in the building shell of our new apartment was really a great experience. Currently it is mostly one large room because all the dry walls are still missing. But looking out of the windows, standing on the balcony and the roof terrace the first time overlooking our new neighbourhood was just amazing!
View over the construction site – building shell of our apartment is finally finished
Stairway to heaven…
That’s how it will feel like entering the apartment from the elevator
Hard to imagine that this will become our master bathroom and the kitchen
This will become our bedroom
Hopefully they will build some dry walls around our guest bathroom
With a few dry walls this will become our home office
Looking from the kitchen over the dining area towards the living room
Walls are missing so we can look from the bedroom through the bathroom into the kitchen
A great view out of the living room – once the windows and the heating will be in I will not need a winter jacket anymore
The first parts of our utility room
View from the bedroom side of the balcony northwards over the Neckar valley
View from the bedroom side of the balcony north-eastwards
Looking from the end of the roof terrace towards the home office door
Looking south-west from the roof terrace
Looking north-west from the roof terrace
Looking from the roof terrace towards the valley of river Neckar
Kitchen´s balcony door
View from the kitchen side of the balcony southwards
The next building opposite of the balcony
View from the kitchen side of the balcony along the apartment towards the Neckar valley
How cool – looking over the new neighbourhood
View out of the bedroom over the valley of river Neckar
Definitely enough space for two cars!
Standing on our neighbours roof terrace looking over to our apartment
Standing the first time on the roof terrace feels great!
I am an engineering professional from Germany. Currently working as Product Manager for 3D Laser Scanner and the related software products at FARO.
Apart from culture, nature and delicious food, I am interested in modern technologies. Focussing on topics which are related to the keywords "3D", "Imaging", "Modern Technologies" and "Computers" I try to figure out what is making technology a success. What is needed to make things accepted by people? Why are many fascinating products failing while similar gadgets are achieving record sales.