Modern German architecture – unusual concrete house

modern German architecture - concrete house

This Concrete house with just one room is a future-oriented example of the open concept of German architecture. It is a project for a concrete house by Architects Bräuning and is located in a dense urban center. The 185 square meters of living space distributed over four levels offers dam Concrete house unusual appearance.

Modern German architecture – an innovative concrete house

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The focus of this open concept enables a connection between these conventionally separated living rooms. The open, flowing spaces offer myriad perspectives, insights and views, while concrete, steel, wood and an expansive glass wall provide this Concrete house design irregularly. Working closely with the developer, the architects decided on a conscious interplay between untreated materials and refined, specially treated components.

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They kept to a traditional layout of walls and rooms and created a structure made of exposed concrete with an insulating core. That Concrete house also has special functions such as steel stair stringers and high-end products and systems in the bathroom and kitchen. There are two lower levels below the living rooms, where the bathroom with a wonderful stone bathtub and the master bedroom are located. The result of Stefan Bräuning’s architecture office in Esslingen is a fascinating one-room house, where living becomes a special experience.

innovative German architecture - bedroom

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colored modern decoration in the bathroom