Modern House Hafner in Buschelhof, Germany
House Hafner is a futuristic estate situated near a forest in the south region of Germany, in Buschelhof. It boasts beautiful views of both the valley and the forest, as it is located at the end of a blind alley. The location ensures maximum intimacy and made it possible for the architects from Jacobi Architecture to design plenty of open-plan areas. With an abstract-shaped roof and open cubic design, this residence is truly unique.
The home’s social areas are separated from the private spaces, which are destined for the owners. In terms of design, the house can be divided into two areas, one of which faces the forest and the valley. The other part is more intimate and has smaller openings. Another advantage of the building site is that it enabled the designers to blur the line between outdoor and indoor spaces and also let more natural light inside.