The house is a homogeneous concrete sculpture, surrounded by lush green; from the floor-to-ceiling windows, you have a fantastic view of the vineyards opposite. As a contrast to the cool look of the concrete, the owners wanted natural materials and warm colours inside.
The kitchen is spacious and opens onto the living area. The virtually floor-to-ceiling unit run is custom-fit into a niche and has a very homely look with its genuine oak front. It is an exciting contrast to the blue on the walls and the high-gloss white of the kitchen island.
What does it look like when form follows function in the kitchen space? The clear architecture of a German home near Augsburg takes us on a design-historical journey.
The American way of life? This luxurious home in the American state of Texas shows what is crucial in open-plan room and kitchen scenarios.
Good architecture … begins with a sketch. - Roger Kurath | Architect