Located on a light-weight north-dealing with slope in Gruenwald, Germany, this exceptional residence was designed by Titus Bernhard architects.
The format of Haus M is a refined articulation of modules oriented akin to to utilize the solar, with aspect lighting to the south and west and skylights to the north and east. The modules are joined collectively via glazed areas, creating a trendy distinction to the roughness of compact partitions completed with lovely grey quarry stone and perforated by strip home windows.
The refined look of the interiors is achieved via immaculate clean surfaces alternated with quarry stone, via modern furnishings and the juxtaposition of black and white.
Rectangular C1 House in Germany Amalgamates Sleek Form and Efficient Function