Titus Bernhard Architekten, a study of German architects, has designed this contemporary wooden house covered in Monaco of Bavaria. The roof is covered with asymmetrical vertical wood slats prefabricated making their way along the walls for a smooth look. The outside is a reflection of what we find in the interior, that is a clean and organized formal obsessive around the house. A strict cleaning of the interior is designed to function for style. Although compact, the house is carefully studied and every inch is used efficiently.
The dining area is clean and contemporary, with a feature of the fireplace and beautiful wood collecting space integrated into the wall as “art” functional. The upper floor, the bedroom of your dreams where simplicity was put on a pedestal. The bed is positioned against a wall, a floating facility which does not reach the top of the gabled ceiling. Just the other side of the wall, the adjoining bathroom offers some privacy from the bedroom, while maintaining the open room, with a great feeling of space.