“House S” exemplifies an aura of beauty and open space as it delightfully integrates a warm sense of comfort to residents living inside. Designed by Christ Christ Associated Architects, this lovely home in Weisbaden, Germany was once a 1960’s bungalow constructed by Wilfried Hilger. Now, the abode represents an element of residential complacency as a single family home. An abundance of space is available to dwellers from the three separate boxes that were placed on the building’s flat canti-levered roof with a channeled glass corridor. Open air terraces create an excellent environment of tranquil living that includes a stone-paved courtyard, a wooden planked patio and a meadow. Walls were removed from the original building on the ground floor to provide ample room for a central kitchen.


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