Home Designs Published by Adeline Soós, Tuesday, April 18th 2017, 12:47:35 PM.
This house is located in a beautiful village near Munich, Germany and was designed by architect Matthias Benz. The design flows over the slope site on a hill overlooking the village, the greenery, the church’s steeple and the hills at the distance.
Following the sloping terrain, the roof also was designed in 2 different levels. The lower part of the site is the place where the kitchen, dining and living room are built, while the upper part is dedicated for the garage. Both spaces are housed in the same volume, topped by a roof which discretely forms two different elevations following the slope site. The garden of this house is minimalist and comes with simple driveway and small shrubs border.
The exterior walls for the house comes in 2 different style, a plastered wall with white painting and a stone wall in grey color. While the exterior façade is done in gray and white, the interior boats white walls with wood floors and is accented with green. A living room with wood floor is built- at the lower terrain and features black sofa set and a cool lounge chair wrapped in beautiful wood frame. A green wall divides this living room with the kitchen and the wall is completed with floating, wall mounted bookcases making the living room a great place to read too. At the upper floor level, the kitchen interior is mostly white with another green wall painting accent. The dining room comes with view of the garage through a large glass wall and a long wooden dining table. The dining chairs are made of long wooden bench with black cushion and backrest. It seems that the seating looks pretty comfortable to have a conversation after dinner. Also, the kitchen and dining area is completed with an array of pendant lamps with stainless shade.
If we see the black sofa, wood floors and other interior items, we could see some near formal atmosphere but the presence of the green walls have made the modern interior of this “Casa Schierle” looks more casual. Matthias Benz.
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