Our conditions of living and the houses we live in are manifold. Today, we are not content with merely being sheltered from the elements, but very consciously make our decisions on where and, even more importantly, how we want to live. Founded in 1999, Munich-based architecture office Unterlandstättner Architekten’s primary goal is to build homes that their clients can truly call their home. “From very early in my education as an architect, I was fascinated by the holistic and versatile process of designing architecture. Architecture, in my understanding, constitutes a very important factor in society and social spaces alike, and I want our designs to be a meaningful part of these social lives,” says Thomas Unterlandstättner, founder and owner of Unterlandstättner Architekten. “Here, one of our guiding principles is ‘simplicity’,“ Unterlandstättner further explains.