Oooh I spotted this yesterday and knew it was perfect for today’s Small Spaces post! Even though it may not be justified by its footprint, this one is sneaking in because its clever use of materials makes it seem smaller than it really is. Designed by Bernd Zimmermann Architekten you can find this home in Ludwigsburg, Germany.
The classic shape is designed to fit with both neighbouring houses and local bylaws, but that is where the similarities finish.
With a highly mirrored stainless cladding the house appears to disappear, its shape simply providing a frame to reflect the surroundings. Pretty awesome right?
The interior, which seems something of an illusion from the outdoors, feels very solid with its unbroken expanses of white and unexpected openings create interesting shapes and views both within and to the exterior.
I do wonder how it would feel walking up to the front door on a bright sunny day though…
Maybe there is a box of sunglasses to choose from at the foot of the steps?
I’m thinking this could be an amazing feature on the south (non-sunny) side of my dream container house! What do you think husband? Huh?