Showcasing a grey geometry that allows the interiors to be private, the K2 House presents a blissful minimalist design imagined by Stuttgard-based studio Bottega + Ehrhardt Architekten. Planning and building this modern family home included creating an intimate collection of interior space that elongate outdoors via large sliding glass doors. Window openings create a flow of natural light perfect for the family to enjoy.
Photographed by David Franck, the geometric home rising in a residential neighborhood in the northern part of Stuttgart. Cutting into the internal space arrangement in order to create a fluid passing from one space to the next, architects imposed an environment where life flows naturally. A soothing color palette kept to a minimum encourages the family to live an unburdened life and enjoy moments rather than things.
This K2 House is not to be confused with this home bearing the same name – the K2 House built by Pauliny Hovorka Architekti in Slovakia. And if you’re wondering what do minimalists do with all their stuff, you should know that it got something to do with balance and a feeling of empowerment.