The Low Budget 'House V' by Jakob Bader Architecture

By: Annie Ho - Published: Aug 5, 2010   Updated: Aug 11 2011 • References: & contemporist
Located in Munich-Unterfoehring, Germany, the 'House V' by Jakob Bader Architecture is built on a very small piece of land with a small budget in mind.

The parking space of this home is on the south side and the cars are parked underneath the wide area. The north side features open windows for a spectacular view of the forest. The 'House V' by Jakob Bader Architecture is often described as "human" when compared to other modern homes.

Implications - The casual elements of this home allow it to appeal to our desire as humans to be relaxed. For those who shy away from low-budget designs, give this one a chance and it shouldn't disappoint. All in all, this architectural piece creates a harmony lost in many other boxed homes. Stats for Red Block Homes Trending: Older & Buzzing
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