Architekten Wannenmacher+Moeller Firm Builds a Minimalist Abode

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Mar 25, 2014
References: wannenmacher-moeller.de & contemporist
This minimalist abode by Architekten Wannenmacher+Moeller features a natural look, using light stone inspiration for the outside color palette. The entire design is extremely simplistic, which gives it a very modern and relaxed aesthetic.

Going with a theme seen with many architectural designs as of late, the structure has stacked features. From the outside it looks as though large rectangular boxes were placed gently on top of one another, based on a sturdy foundation. The boxed look steers away from the more traditional peaked roofs seen on other houses.

The home is situated in Germany, and is intended for a family of five people. The size seems ideal for giving this many people their space without creating too much distance in this minimalist abode.