A New Residential Building with Minimalist Design

Simple minimalist dwellings are now increasingly popular with the community. There are so many advantages to building a minimalist residence. In addition to saving space, the construction of a simple minimalist landed house requires lower funds compared to luxury residences. Plus, maintenance costs will be far cheaper compared to luxury residences.

Modern minimalist footprint dwellings today are often adopted by millennial families. Are you one of those who crave modern minimalist footprint dwelling as a place to live? If yes, following Lamudi will provide 10 new 2019 minimalist home designs as a source of inspiration in building a house to realize the dream dwelling for you and your family.

A New Residential Tower

A residential tower with 5 storeys on a square floor plan of 12 x 12 m located directly on the banks of the Danube – as a reminiscence of the original, historic gender towers of medieval Regensburg.

The urban planning concept of bogevischs buero provides for a dense, urban quality for the district. The solid structure with its perforated facade is only torn open at one corner to offer a viewing lounge from high up on the 4th level from the living area to the Danube meadows. Otherwise, only one loggia and two exposed concrete balconies structure the facade three-dimensionally.

On the first level, a two-story entrance foyer opens up and invites the user to enter the building and access both residential units. The bedrooms, bathroom, dressing room and utility room are on the third level. From here, the cantilevered staircase leads to the 4th-floor living room with kitchen, dining area, workroom and guest toilet.

A raw steel staircase extends the apartment by a retreat on the 5th floor. there is roof access with a large roof terrace, outdoor kitchen and 270 ° view over Regensburg and the natural area of ​​the Danube meadows. Valuable materials such as oak, limestone, Corian, copper, glass and crude steel together with the technical components form a contemporary living retreat.



Jammie Maddison

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