Best private architecture in Germany

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8 samples of beautiful in their brevity private houses according to the precepts of the Bauhaus in German cities

Villa B (Stuttgart) , Yonder Bureau

Villa B, Stuttgart, Yonder

The project for Villa B, commissioned by a renowned family of architects in Stuttgart, involved a radical renovation of an existing 1950s house. The conceptual foundations for the local Yonder bureau were aesthetics and sustainability, a functional approach to the interior space and an improved view of the valley (the building is located in the middle of a steep hill). As a result, two additional upper tiers created a breathtaking panorama, new geothermal heating and photovoltaic roof tiles improved the energy efficiency of the house, and natural wood as the main material of the project allowed unification of the interior.

Villa B, Stuttgart, Yonder

Villa Harnischmacher II (Wiesbaden), Marcel Breuer

Villa Harnischmacher II, Wiesbaden, Marcel Breuer (restoration according to the project of Schreiber & Partner)

In the center of Wiesbaden is the Villa Harnischmacher II by one of the pioneers of the Bauhaus, architect Marcel Breuer. The laconic open-plan house was built in 1954 for the Harnishmager family. The last restoration was carried out after 2011 under the direction of Schreiber & amp; Partner. The furnishings are based on objects by Marcel Breuer and items from the Thonet assortment.

Villa Harnischmacher II, Wiesbaden, Marcel Breuer (restoration according to the project of Schreiber & Partner)

Haus 36 (Stuttgart), Mathias Bauer

Haus 36, Stuttgart, Matthias Bauer

The shape of Haus 36 by architect Matthias Bauer. Porthole windows can be seen through the concrete walls and roof. Living spaces are located around a central flight of stairs and all detail has been kept to a minimum. “This is a prototype of a new holistic and energy efficient architecture,” the author comments on the project.

Haus 36, Stuttgart, Matthias Bauer

Midcentury bungalow (Cologne), Yves Cornel and Peter Yudingsloman

Midcentury bungalow, Cologne, Yves Corneille and Peter Yudingsloman

In the restoration of this 1959 bungalow, Yves Cornelle and Peter Yudingsloman brought the classics of the middle of the last century into the modern era. A work area appeared in place of the garage, and a gym and a guest room were also located in the building. In the backyard, a two-story structure with a basement glazing has been added.

Midcentury bungalow, Cologne, Yves Cornel and Peter Idingsloman

< strong> Masters' Houses (Dessau), Walter Gropius

Masters' Houses, Dessau, Walter Gropius (restoration by the project of Bruno Fioretti Marquez Architekten)

The complex of buildings for the Bauhaus school was erected in Dessau in 1925, after the school moved from Weimar. The leading architect was the director Walter Gropius himself. The campus was destroyed during World War II and renovated by Bruno Fioretti Marquez Architekten. The restoration was carried out according to archival sketches, photographs and models of Gropius. The simplified architecture of concrete buildings echoes the internal sculptural organization of the spaces.

Masters' Houses, Dessau, Walter Gropius (restoration by the project of Bruno Fioretti Marquez Architekten) Masters' Houses, Dessau, Walter Gropius (restoration by Bruno Fioretti Marquez Architekten)

Haussicht (Lake Constance), Alfredo Haeberley

Haussicht, Lake Constance, Alf

Haussicht designed by Alfredo Häberli near Lake Constance consists of two parts: the main building and the Stöckli (traditional retirement house for Swiss farmers). The façade in gray painted timber with an expansive terrace is topped with an overhanging sloped sheet metal roof. Inside, a warm Scandinavian mood reigns, created with the help of natural materials. The house resembles a ship not only visually: the bedrooms and bathrooms are located “below deck”, and on top are common areas.

Haussicht, Lake Constance, Alfredo Haeberly

< span class = "ql-cursor"> TM Haus (Heidelberg) by SoHo Architektur

TM Haus, Heidelberg, SoHo Architektur

The TM Haus building, designed by SoHo Architektur, is equally concrete and laconic inside and out. The interiors are striking in spaciousness that contradicts the small scale of the house. The only bright spots in the white interior are the surrounding landscape – village meadows and forests.

TM Haus, Heidelberg, SoHo Architektur

Haus B (Bernstein), Birk Heilmeyer und Frenzel

Haus B, Bernstein, Birk Heilmeyer und Frenzel Haus B, Bernstein, Birk Heilmeyer und Frenzel

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