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Meisterstueck-HAUS constructs in two different ways; or a combination of both.

  • Post and beam: timber and glass homes, where the glulaminate timber frame is the load-bearing framework of the house, allowing for large expanses of glass and expansive open-plan living areas. The Aesthetik is their flagship design, conceived and developed over decades, for lovers of light-flooded rooms, open living areas, and stunning exterior. Each Aesthetik house is individually designed to the required size, roof-form and internal layout to take full advantage of a beautiful plot or wonderful view – and of course to maximise solar gain.
  • Closed panel: closed panel houses, where the fully completed wall sections are insulated  and closed with Fermacell boards, windows and external doors already installed. These  sections are then assembled within days on site. So no gaps, no on-site mistakes; this construction method allows them to build outstanding contemporary designs, including ambitious UK architectural plans.

Meisterstueck-HAUS is a medium-sized pre-manufacturing house company which has been owned and managed by the same family since 1903. They build with wood and wood-based materials,  which they feel is the most sustainable building material.

Meisterstueck-HAUS constructs stunning homes where every decision taken, from initial design to final house assembly, is geared towards producing a highly-insulated airtight house.
Ensuring that the fabric of the building is the best quality available will mean that energy-saving technology, whatever the self-builder’s choice, will perform at its best.

Spending money on the house shell is more economical in the long run– and Meisterstueck-HAUS prices are realistic.

Whether you call it a flat-pack home, a German kit home, or an off-site manufactured or pre-manufactured home, a Meisterstueck-HAUS  will stand out from all the rest through sustainable building materials, build quality, attention to detail, flexibility, continuity of service, and ability to build the out-of-the ordinary.