Ok, so maybe it won’t leave you breathless because of its exterior design, but House V3 is definitely special in multiple ways. It was designed by a company named F64 Architekten in 2013, and it was built in Bavaria, Germany. Its exterior is rather simple and minimalistic, as it is based on a straightforward design with sharp edges and clean lines. The flat roof doesn’t contribute much to the home’s “wow” factor, but as you are about to find out, this project is actually the exact opposite of boring.
That’s because the rooftop includes a walk-in garden that offers a clear view of a glass-enclosed courtyard directly below. The residence was originally built in the 60s style, and it offers 17,222 square feet of space. The interior design is definitely much more interesting when compared to the exterior one, all thanks to a an amazing selection of high quality materials and finishes that blend nicely in order to create an inviting and comfortable ambiance. The hardwood floors add a touch of warmth and naturalness, and they contrast beautifully with the crisp white walls and ceilings.
Large windows ensure that natural light is ever-present throughout the living areas, and they also offer uninterrupted views of the surrounding scenery. As far as energy efficiency is concerned, the architects implemented a central ventilation system complemented by a wood pellet central heating system. Moreover, a floor surface heating solution contributes to a low-energy standard of just KfW 55.