This striking house positioned in Dusseldorf, Germany was made by award winning Architect, Thomas Kröger. The house is a ideal instance of how deceptively simple an exterior of a house can search, and the wonderful shock that unfolds when you come within. With its slim white exterior and its sleek white interior, the clean lines, sculptural varieties and mid-century furnishings produce a feeling of sumptuous ease.
Located on one floor, this residence unfolds like an origami puzzle. The primary living locations are surrounded by an elegantly austere courtyard noticeable from the interior rooms of the home, thanks to the abundant supply of large windows. Organic light and fresh air pours via the windows when weather permits for such extravagances. It was the architect’s vision to hold the connection with nature at the center of this house.
White is the shade of the day in this home. To maintain it from appearing sterile, the secret is in the fine information. The space looks to activate itself with diverse tones of white washed walls, wood, soft furnishings and eclectic artwork that adorn the walls.
Throughout this home there is a continuity of form, type and assured ease that can be attributed to both the Architect and client’s connection to this property and the singular style objective, to soften the building’s rigid structure although retaining the charm of a minimalist silhouette.
Architects: Thomas Kröger Architekt
Photos: Thomas Kröger Architekt