German Architecture

This amazing structure, designed by Kauffmann Theilig & Partner Free Architects BDA, is in Rohrdorf, Germany. At 3,928 sq. ft., the four-story home resembles a flowing curtain, swooping sculpturally around in a figure-8. Towerlike in form, it was designed to fit deeply into the slope, widening gently as it rises, with the roof angled slightly to let rain and snow slide off. The ground floor is built into the slope and contains the master bedroom, bathroom, and sauna. A small gallery leads to stairs to the second floor on one side and, on the other side, provides access to a garden, where a pergola makes for additional outdoor living space.

(via Cool Picking)


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