Townhouses Sankt Göres is a minimalist town house located in Düsseldorf, Germany, designed by NIDUS. The architecture of the Kaiserswerther town house and the historic building on Sankt Göres Straße is characterized by clear shapes, natural materials and an unconstrained reduction to the essentials. Instead of excessive opulence, style-defining elements are used in a targeted manner. In the concept for the townhouses in Sankt Göres Straße, they were particularly inspired by the naturalness and durability of the reserved Kaiserswerth architecture.
For the architects, the “new Kaiserswerther house” is characterized by a warm minimalism that is restrained and offers space for the balance of materials, clear shapes and functionality. Two single-family houses are being built on Sankt Göres Strasse, each with approx. Both houses have direct access to the new underground car park with a total of nine parking spaces that are equipped with electrical charging options. The gardens of the houses are between 115 and 130 square meters; there is also a terrace area of approx. 30 square meters. House no. 42 also has an approx. 11 square meter balcony on the 1st floor.