“Living Room” House in Gelnhause, Germany

“Living Room” House in Gelnhause, Germany

Located in the historic district of Gelnhause, Germany, this unique project named the Living Room was designed by Seifert Stoeckmann. Now if you feel that your house has not enough windows, then I’m sure that after you’ll see this project you’ll change your mind. The house is perforated by 52 windows set in a checkerboard pattern. Just think for a second …52 windows …there will be a lot of work at washing them. The bedroom hangs in a sliding drawer that can be opened over the street for alfresco sleeping, very cool design. Finally I don’t think that I would like to life in a house like this, and the only reason for a house like this to exist is …as a tourist attraction. – Via


  • MagoWrapJoe July 17, 2008 at 14:06 PMLogin to Reply →

    wow, amazing architecture. i would love to live in a house
    filled with so much light and such awe inspiring views,
    and the bedroom area that can be slid outdoor, amazing.

    great site. love it.

  • Big D August 10, 2008 at 04:14 AMLogin to Reply →

    This was on an episode of World’s Most Extreme Homes.
    Cool House.

  • Dana March 23, 2009 at 11:06 AMLogin to Reply →


    This house look so unique with 52 windows. Cleaning and maintenance must be really hard
    and tedious for the owners.

    Though extremely uniques concept.

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