Villa P was designed by Anna Philipp, who has an incredible ability to create a modern building while still making it cozy at the same time. For this project, she made the bottom part of the house mostly out of a frameless glazed window, to allow for the residences to take in the views without anything blocking the way.
The rest of the house is quite white-washed, with that being the primary color used throughout. One notable interior design touch is the dining room table on the first floor, which is made out of Spanish limestone material, commonly used for bathrooms. It is attached and integrated with the floor in the dining area, where the owners and guests can eat and witness the landscape.
Villa P is the epitome of a modern house with personalized touches.
Photo Credits: designboom, philipparchitekten.de
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