Titus Bernhard Architekten, an architect from Germany, created the nice wooden dressed home as a monument worth of living in Munich, Germany. Lamella with prefabricated straight up wood covers the roof with non-symmetric style. It creates a way down along with the walls resulting a whole view that looks homogenous.
The desired exterior could be a suitable impression of the organized interiors of the home. It is designed for both style and function purpose. In this open concept plan, despite its compact design, the house is figured out with careful and has an efficient use of every inch of the house. The house lobby is a magnificent creation. It can bring you to area in above location and improves the space look, at the same time it connects the main level to the top floor of the home in visual way.
Windows at the ceiling and floor bring sunny light to the interior then doubled by the presence of interior palette with minimalist design and the walls in white.
The dining room is modern and spotless, the functioning space for storing woods and a pleasant fireplace feature which are integrated to the walls provide an artistic look.
N the upper level, there is a simple pedestal in the bedroom of your dream. The position of the bed is against a hanging half wall which is far from the gabled ceiling top. The integral adjoining is right on the opposite of the wall. It gives some space to you from the bedroom yet keeping the room feels large and open.
“Less is more” is surely the philosophy from the design architects for this home, turning the a little house of the family to a place which can put together both function and fashion in a beautiful way.