House O by Peter Ruge Architekten
by Ted Savage / October 25, 2012
Three bright and airy flats on a hill, House O by Peter Ruge Architekten, in scenic Potsdam-Mittelmark district, Germany, combines clean, minimal lines with classic materials - exposed concrete, glass, wood, natural stone - to create three stacked open-plan apartments.


The summer canopy of surrounding trees provides seasonal shade. Sweeping lake and garden views are captured with expanses of glass to the north and south, while separation from neighbouring sites obtained by mainly solid walls east and west. ArchDaily. Photos: Werner Huthmacher.

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