House Vineyard Dieseldorf is Located in an Awkwardly Cramped Plot

By: Rahul Kalvapalle - Jan 7, 2015
References: gizmag
House Vineyard Dieseldorf is a glass-front concrete home, constructed by L3P Architekten, that is situated in an unusual cramped plot in Dielsdorf, Switzerland. This home is a great example of how architects and developers are becoming increasingly canny in fitting homes into seemingly undesirable plots of land.

The house's footprint is just 5 x 9 meters -- in order to make maximum use of available space, the house does away with a conventional front door entrance in favor of a subterranean access through the carport.

The home itself is constructed from reinforced concrete, the use of which allowed the architects to get fairly creative with the design of the home. The home's core supports additional rooms which cantilever away from the core. The interior makes use of exposed concrete, with all the walls, floors and ceilings being uncovered.