Single-Family Residence Can Turn Into Multi-Generation Home
Architecture

Single-Family Residence Can Turn Into Multi-Generation Home

The Oberen Berg House by Alexander Brenner has caught our attention due to its modern, bold and imposing architecture. Appearing like a collection of white volumes displayed on the northeast side, the residence is made out of a cluster of spaces connected to each other through openings in the geometric protective walls. The 4,876 square meter residence can be easily transformed into a multi-generation residence. Its current architecture permits the owners to make quick adjustments to the existing floor plan in order to divide the living spaces into multiple units. Glass walls adorned with modern details succumb to the flooding of light, making the double height entrance hall gather views of the surrounding hillside. The pool was placed in the front side to take advantage of the extensive views over the surroundings of Stuttgart, Germany, where the house is located. What do you like most about this house: the glazed walls, pool with views, dark floors?

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