Home Designs Published by Adeline Soós, Thursday, March 30th 2017, 11:24:02 AM.
This modern white house design was designed by UNStudio and is located in Stuttgart, Germany. The rural and suburban location has amazing pastoral views of ancient hillside vineyard at one side of the house and the city view at the opposite. The architecture design of this modern white house follows a single gesture “the twist” to organize the flows, circulation and distribution in the house with the central twist element supports the main staircase.
The amazing views outside are integrated into the interiors with the direction of the curves. Each curve is determined by a set of diagonal movements and the sun orientation. The light looking structure and the “twist” design can be accomplished thanks to the reducing in the building’s load bearing for the concrete structure. With large spans of the supporting structures, with only four supporting structures available (the elevator shaft, two pillars and one inner column), a large, column-free space is created and the glass can be used to capture views from all corners.
The minimalist dining room by the pool sees as far as the distant hill. The dining table itself is cool with natural wood color. A warmth and inviting color accent in the black accented white interior. Next to the dining room is a wonderful white minimalist kitchen with geometric, ultra modern shape. The living room upstairs is similarly minimalist. The glass wall is large: The clean-looking white interior design is adorned with wood floor in wonderful, stylish light brown color. The wood floor exudes some warmth ambiance and makes the interior feels more livable. The wooden stair is modern, looks elegant and clean in its sculptural shape. The garden is minimalist and at some points, were designed in terraced shaped. The lawn and the pathway look clean and are low maintenance. Moreover, the open concept garden also provides beautiful views of the distant forest and city. Project Name: Haus am Weinberg. Location: Stuttgart, Germany. Architect: UNStudio. Photos / Images: Iwan Baan and Christian Richters.
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