N-Lab Architects has designed a one-of-a-kind Luxembourg house by juxtaposing elements of heaviness and lightness. The home is made up of sturdily moored volumes, which are contrasted by floating frames and overhangs.
The house boasts several openings, for a spacious, uncluttered vibe. In fact, the largest, garden-side opening raises the first floor off the ground entirely. However, the architects made sure to retain the homes privacy through wooden slats, which shield the house from nosy neighbors and curious passersby traffic.
The interior features pristine white surfaces and minimalist furniture, completing the simplistic aesthetic. Despite its immaculate appearance, the house does not seem cold or imposing; in fact, it manages to stay warm, snug and habitable.
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