Amongst the numerous houses located in Germany, this house is unquestionably one of the homes with the most marvelous designs located in the country. The house was completed in 2012 and is located in BÃ¼schelhof.
Designed by Hornung and Jacobi Architecture, this marvelous house stands in contrast with the verdant countryside surrounding it.
However, at the same time, the home welcomes the countryside by the use of wide glass walls that can function as something that let natural light enter the house.
This house is situated at the end of a blind alley and it benefits from a site that faces a forest and a valley. The site of this marvelous house is located in the countryside near a forest in southern Germany.
The house offers a high level of privacy by offering the occupants with a protection from being seen, thus, making an open living possible in the house.
Situated in BÃ¼schelhof, Germany, House Hafner is a marvelous house with a design that is divided into two parts. The two parts include an introverted area which is articulated by an arrangement with some smaller openings that follow the surrounding typology of the neighborhood.
The counterpart of the said area is an extroverted area that faces a forest and offers a beautiful view of a valley.
This marvelous house has an exterior space that can be interpreted as an extension of the houseâ€™s open living area. The house also has a gabled roof with an abstracted shape that draws an analogy to the surrounding roof shapes and the house is also where a visual merging of living and nature can be found.
If you wonder how this marvelous house looks like, you can consider taking a look at some renderings by Peter Guthrie.