House D by Bembé Dellinger Architects
Bembé Dellinger Architects have designed the House D in a suburb of Munich, Germany.
Description from the architects:
A house, south of Munich, in a traditionally grown, 100-year-old garden suburb. The plot was large and it was possible to spread out. A totally transparent ground floor with a clearly protruding upper level. The view is focussed on the garden, not the neighbours. The upper storey is a simple white tube with a saddle roof built without disturbing flashings and a flush roof covering made of white fibrous concrete.
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