Karl Dreer and Bembé Dellinger Architects designed the HI-MACS House in Bavaria, Germany
Here is a The Contemporary HI-MACS House by Karl Dreer and Bembé Dellinger Architects. HI-MACS House is located in Bavaria, Germany. The combination of these two architectures are producing an amazing house with a construction that I even saw a very innovative with a natural acrylic stone meterial that is displayed on the HI-MACS House. In addition the position of HI-MACS House located near the Ammersee Lake and overlooks the green forests of Upper Bavaria will provide natural scenery pleasing to the eye, you will never be saturated to always look to the outdoors. Geometry of the HI-MACS House using the Bauhaus style and a contrasting bright façade to distinguish the houses located nearby. The shell structure of the two cubic volumes is made from cross-laminated timber, with clear white mineral plaster finishes. HI-MACS House, an innovative mineral material made from a high-tech mixture of 75% natural minerals and pigments and 25% of acrylates is widely used in the construction due to its fantastic properties. One part of the HI-MACS House there is a pond that creates a sense of enchanting oasis of blue that brings us to the beach. Go deeper into the HI-MACS House, interior design is dominated by the white color looks so clean and elegant. Used furniture very modern with a very stylish shape. At the core of the house, the living room you will see an open concept interior. There is a fireplace that became inter-room bulkhead, this is not a wall but a channel for the fireplace chimney. At HI-MACS House, Kitchen and dining area adjacent to each other and fused. The bathroom is also not far from the other designs in the room, still using the white domination. See more detail Contemporary interior design on HI-MACS House by Karl Dreer and Bembé Dellinger Architects through the picture below. Read also VDVT House : Minimalist Home with Metal Exterior at Arnhem, Netherlands by Boetzkes | Helder.