Living Room by Seifert Stoeckmann

Located in the historic district of Gelnhause, Germany, Seifert Stoeckmann projected the Living Room, as the house is dubbed, that rethinks the roles of private and public life, while injecting ornamental and natural elements into modern architecture. Clad with a powder-coated-aluminum skin, the house is perforated by 52 windows set in a checkerboard pattern. The interior elements escape traditional boundaries: you are greeted by a rocky ground-floor landscape, as if the house has grown up Read more [...]
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Olli’s Restaurant by C18 Architects

C18 Architects projected Olli’s Restaurant in a former castle in the center of Schw√§bisch Hall, a medieval city in the south of Germany. The historical substance of the building with its ancient seeming, its almost meter-strong walls and its polygonal spaces forms the framework for a few, precise interior implants: two kitchen blocks and four large desks standing freely in the space. The atmosphere is determined by a floral topic, dipping the whole space into a vague red, giving the bar Read more [...]
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T-Bone House by Coast Architects

Coast Architects projected the T-Bone house, a modest 150 square meters family home near the German town of Waiblingen. The house rises above glazed infills on the ground floor to a monolithic form above, while the kitchen and living ares a re set into the slope on the lower ground level. One glazed infill houses the 1974 Porsche Targa, venerated like an ancient icon, while the other houses the living room, allowing the greenery to infuse the space. Upstairs things are more introverted, Read more [...]
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Bus Shelter by Hild und K Architekten

This beautiful bus shelter, designed by Hild und K Architekten, is located in Landshut, Germany, a medieval old town. A computer-controlled high-energy laser beam cuts the chosen pattern in the Corten steel sheet. After cutting, the sheet is simply folded into a bus shelter. The internal panes of glass were fitted on the spot. Read more [...]
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