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Stunning glass home is a contemporary mountain cavern made with recycled materials

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 20, 2016 01:06 AM
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by Lucy Wang last modified Apr 19, 2016

Set on a steep slope overlooking Stuttgart, Haus 39 opens up to urban valley views, natural light, and ventilation through large sections of glazing that wrap around the facade. To break up the building’s monolithic insulting concrete envelope, the architects added a steep triangulated sloped roof and punctuated the facade with differently sized and shaped glazed cutouts. The monolithic folded shell, bearing on two walls, combines insulation and technical installation into one layer. Related:...






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