This house sits on a south facing 1,000 square meter plot in the quaint, little town of Lorsch, Germany. The client requested a view of the mountain road which meant that living spaces were located upstairs.
The building plays with intro- and extro-version. It closes itself from the access road but opens up to the natural south garden. Wide cantilevered roofs divide the building vertically and help clarify living spaces.
By carefully working with the structural engineer, the open floor plan is structurally maximized. In terms of details, blinds completely disappear into the ceiling and spacious patios expand into the scenery.