Haus Lux by Manfred Lux is a German residence that marries modernist aesthetics with the ideals of eco architecture. The structure was designed by Manfred Lux as his personal family home and is located in Schlipsheim, a Bavarian village with green surroundings. The stark, white facade of this irregularly shaped residence rejects its organic surroundings while its interior blends into them.
The home's interior is adorned with concrete and organic wood, revealing stunning views of its surrounding landscape. This German haven is not only stylish but is also designed with sustainability in mind. This dynamic eco architecture residence boasts an energy efficient design that is the result of its natural materials.
The home's concrete interior ensures it is cool during summer months and insulated from the cold during the winter season.
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