Long glass windows provide natural sunlight. A beautiful garden with pebbles on the pavement has everything in it to catch your attention. And wouldn’t you say that the lighting system is remarkable too? We’re completely sold folks.
The interiors are reached via a small entrance adorned with a fully glazed two story wall overlooking the back garden. Here a flight of stairs leads to the first floor – where copper-clad storage space on one side of the long corridor ensures an uncluttered residential space.
The modern House B-Wald by Alexander Brenner is located in Stuttgart Germany. Welcoming owners and guests with a dark gate flanked by two anthracite walls the modern residence displays its volumes and architectural details topped off with a red roof. The project area sums up 1616 square feet and is composed of several volumes sheltering the living spaces pierced by glass walls and huge windows.
The front room includes the living dining and kitchen area. A beautifully designed storage space on the wall provides ample space for a television stand bookshelf and a modern fireplace. The modern kitchen with simple furniture a four-seated dining table light colored sofa carpet and hanging lights add to the elegance.
The owner’s demand was to create an urban touch to this age-old house and the architects started working on the single- storey residence with four bedrooms. Initially they divided the entire area into private and public spaces separated by a fairly large pool. A long bridge serves as the connection between public and private spaces.