A multi-apartment house is divided into several separate flats. It is usually designed for several families or people living in separate areas, often sharing common areas such as the entrance, staircase or garden. Multi-apartment buildings come in different sizes - they can consist of two residential units or be very large and include many units. Our proposal designs show how multi-party houses can be realised in a wide variety of shapes and architectural styles. Let us inspire you!
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At Hanse Haus, you will find the right prefabricated house for every configuration. If you want to create two living units, you have the choice between flexibly plannable houses with a granny annexe, versatile two-family houses and modern semi-detached houses.
More than two parties can be accommodated in our multi-family houses with three to six flats or our cleverly planned terraced houses.
The houses from our Duo house series have two living units that are next to each other or on top of each other. When the occupants live next to each other, one of the differences between this and a semi-detached house is that the two flats are often planned in different sizes. A separate type of house is the house with a granny annexe, where this imbalance is particularly pronounced.
Semi-detached houses are multi-party houses with two residential units. They are characterised by the fact that two houses, usually of similar size, are built directly next to each other. Often the two semi-detached houses are identical or at least similarly designed. However, they can also be completely different and individually planned.
Space for two parties in a house can also be created by planning a granny flat. Such an additional living unit is usually smaller than the main flat of the house. The granny flat can be located either in an annex or directly in the structure of the house. In the case of houses on a slope, the basement is particularly suitable for integrating a granny flat.
Multi-generation houses can look very different - depending on the planned use. As a rule, multigenerational houses have at least two separate living units that can be individually adapted to the needs of their residents in terms of size and room layout.
In a terraced house, several separate living units are created by building several individual houses directly next to each other, as in a semi-detached house. There are two end-of-row houses that are only connected to another house on one side. The houses in between are called mid-row houses.
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Our multi-family houses contain three, four or six residential units. In our multi-family houses, all parties share a common entrance and are led to the respective flats via the corridors and stairs. The cellar is also shared by all residents.
Factors such as sustainable building and space-saving construction are increasingly coming into focus. Building a multi-party house can reduce the built-up area compared to detached houses and save resources and costs, while at the same time creating living space for several parties.
- Space saving: Multi-party houses make it possible to accommodate several residential units in a limited space. This is particularly advantageous in urban areas where living space is scarce.
- Cost savings: By sharing premises such as stairwells, entrances and outdoor areas, the costs of maintenance and repairs are spread over several parties, which leads to a reduction in costs. Multi-party houses can also be heated very efficiently due to low heat loss.
- Social coexistence: Multi-party houses encourage several families or individuals to live together, which can lead to a sense of community and solidarity.
- Security: In multi-party houses, better security is usually ensured, as several parties work together to ensure the security and surveillance of the building.
- Environmental friendliness: By having several families or people living together in one building, resources such as energy and water can be used more efficiently, leading to greater environmental friendliness.
Our diverse sample designs for multi-party houses already make it clear how different houses with more than one residential unit can look. Accordingly, the construction costs also differ depending on your wishes and ideas. As a general rule, the larger the house and the more elaborate the architecture and fittings, the higher the costs.
However, the financial advantages that multi-party houses bring with them also play an important role: Benefit from subsidies that can be applied for per residential unit, make the house financing easier through rental income, share the construction costs with friends or family and take advantage of tax benefits.
Our architects have designed a variety of sample floor plans that can serve as inspiration for your multi-party house. They take up different constellations and wishes and show modern, well thought-out solutions for several parties in one house that are suitable for everyday use.
To create a second living unit, for example, a smaller granny flat can be planned in addition to the larger main flat. The floor plan of a two-party house can also consist of two flats of approximately the same size, arranged one above the other or next to each other. In a semi-detached house, two houses are built next to each other.
Three or more parties
If more than two residential units are to be created, several flats can also be integrated into one floor plan. In addition, the principle of the semi-detached house can easily be continued by building several houses directly next to each other.
Multi-party houses can be built in a wide variety of designs using prefabricated construction methods. Be inspired by our numerous proposed designs and build your individual semi-detached house, two-family house or detached house with granny flat as a prefabricated house with Hanse Haus.
You can create three or more residential units with our well-designed terraced houses and multi-family houses - also implemented as high-quality, optimally insulated wooden prefabricated houses.
The multi-party houses from Hanse Haus are equipped with optimal all-round thermal insulation and are therefore particularly energy-efficient. With modern heating technology and an optional photovoltaic system on the large roof areas, they meet all the requirements of a sustainable house.
With their practical floor plans, which are suitable for everyday use and can be planned to be barrier-free or wheelchair-accessible, they offer the highest level of living comfort. They offer the perfect basis for a diverse, intergenerational residential community.
You don't have to compromise on architecture with our multi-party houses either: Generous balconies on the multi-family house for six parties or a two-family house in a spacious city villa with a hipped roof make them a visual highlight from the inside and outside.