Collection by Allie Weiss

Striking Cantilevered Home Pairs Brick and Aluminum

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This vacation home in Wilhelmshorst, near Potsdam in Germany, is defined by a bold cantilever.

Designed by Nps Tchoban Voss, the house maximizes views of the surrounding forest.
The lower level is covered in traditional red brick, while the upper level consists of coil-coated aluminium sheet with...
The two floors overlap for only about 753 square feet.
A sculptural white steel spiral staircase with wooden treads connects the two levels.
The large terrace on the upper level, which contains the house's bedrooms, is nearly 968 square feet.
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