Amongst the numerous private residences in Germany, there sure are some that are considerably elegant including Haus Bavaria, a private residence located in Regensburg.
The private residence was designed by Carlo Berarducci Architecture and it has a very plain facade whose simplicity is echoed in the minimalistic style of the homeâ€™s interior.
The private residence itself is a residence that has a swimming pool, as well as a sport training area that is located on the houseâ€™s top floor.
In order to maintain an effect of seriality in the facade openings this private home has a neutral and naked faÃ§ade but with windows dimension that has been created to be as wider as possible. The home has ultra-light crystal railings without handrail, as well as invisible windows frame hidden behind the wall.
Located in Regensburg, Germany, the private residence also has mirrored glass that reflects the buildings on the other side of the road.
Without a doubt, Haus Bavaria is one of the most elegant private residences in Regensburg or probably even in Germany.
Everything that protrudes or recedes from the houseâ€™s facade plane is shiny and reflective with the thickness of the wall around the houseâ€™s windows in white gloss aluminum, as well as the thickness of the jutting out slab of the private residenceâ€™s terraces.
The private residence has internal spaces that have been organized in three parallel zones.
Having been organized in three parallel zones, the internal spaces in this private residence are including the first zone which is on the left and can function as a service tower that contains all of the wet areas in the house, as well as a swimming pool on the houseâ€™s top level.
The second zone is a central zone that is void containing an open stairway, as well as a glass elevator. The third zone is a zone that contains all of the living spaces in the house. The house itself, aside from having these three zones, also has a fitness area that is located upstairs, as well as a living-dining room that is located downstairs.
You can take a peek at pictures of this private residence taken by Herbert Stolz if you wonder how the house looks like.