The Just K House Keeps it Simple With its Interior & Exterior

By: Emily Evans - Published: Aug 23, 2011 • References: & freshome
If the thought of a rubber-covered house doen’t already have your interest piqued, then these images of the Just K House by the architecture firm ‘Architekten Martenson und Nagel Theissen’ is sure to do it. The gray exterior of this stunning abode is a stark contrast to the predominantly timbered interior, providing for a juxtaposition that is eye-catching and interesting.

The Just K House has a whopping five floors, which certainly satisfies the two adults and four kids who live there. A simple look at the Just K House undoubtedly screams contemporary and cool.

Implications - As opposed to buying expensive, expansive plots of land, many consumers are now opting for smaller spaces where they can build upwards as opposed to outwards. This cost-effective decision represents the overall consumer desire for multi-functional products that allow them all the features of individual projects all incorporated into one. Stats for Rubber-Covered Abodes Trending: Older & Average
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