MIKI M House was designed by Alexander Brenner Architects and is situated in Stuttgart, Germany. Even although the venture seems to be a single villa, behind the facade there are two particular person houses, with two totally different layouts, in accordance with the wants of the inhabitants. Here is extra from the architects: “While the villas have virtually the identical flooring space, the western half of the duplex has a multi-room plan appropriate for a household, whereas the japanese half was designed with an open, flowing room idea. The beneficiant stairs with twelve steps leads from the street to the en-trance degree. The entrances are invisibly built-in into the floor construction of the bottom flooring. Additionally, the japanese half of the duplex presents direct entry by way of the storage.
For the spacious two-storey room on the bottom flooring the architect designed a indifferent concrete kitchen counter and a eating desk, whose concrete base helps a seemingly hovering timber tabletop, which is illuminated from under. The dwelling space, the lounge zone and the work-area on the gallery are flooded with mild getting into via the glass facade on the south aspect, dealing with the view“. Have a take a look at the architecture plans on the finish of the submit for a greater understanding of the challenge and inform us what you assume.