The Glass and Wood House
The Neiling House, located in Berlin, was designed by Peter Grundmann in collaboration with Thomas Pohl. The project was purposefully designed with the consideration of low cost construction using prefabricated components yet that still have a sleek and modern design. The structure was elevated to minimize excavation costs. Other strategies to minimize cost included the use of glazed walls and an open floor plan to create a bright living space, as well as the use of brick, natural stone, and light plywood furniture that infuse the home with rustic warmth. The minimal use of furniture and the addition of sliding doors link the rooms and enhance the airy atmosphere of the home, thus creating the illusion of a larger house. Take a look at these photos and then tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!
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