This modern House made of glass is located in Büschelhof, Germany and was designed by the architects’ studio Hornung and Jacobi designed and built in 2012. The modern house architecture with geometric shapes contrasts strongly with the rural landscape. On the other hand, thanks to the glass walls, you can enjoy this fabulous natural environment undisturbed at any time. The house was matched with the uneven surface and was built from two levels.
The Hafner house made of glass brings modern architecture into the rural environment
That House made of glass was called Haus Hafner and is located in southern Germany. The glass side was intentionally turned towards the forest and valley. In this way, the house residents get the private space they want, which the glass walls cannot secure. The two house levels have a difference of 3 meters as the topography of the region is quite odd. The architecture of the house is minimalist with elegant geometric shapes.
Glass house with minimalist interior design and modern interior
The interior of the house was also furnished in a very interesting and dynamic way. That House made of glass has a private living area for guests. The property has two areas that are easy to distinguish from each other – one more introverted and the other more extroverted with glass walls and views of the valley. The geometric roof and angular shapes only add to the modern look of the house.
Outside view in the evening
Entrance to the garage with living wall cladding
Design the driveway as a vertical garden
Simply furnished living room with glass walls
Dining room with a minimalist design
The kitchen can be separated from the living area by a sliding door
Comfortable armchair in the corner for relaxation and comfort
Panoramic view through the glass wall