Modern minimalist cottages designed in 2013 by Format Elf Architekten located in Bad Birnbach, Germany.
Description by Format Elf Architekten Nestled among the many Lower Bavarian panorama is to be discovered an property of theme homes, clearly linked by a standard architectural language, but differentiated by their distinguished, theme-particular ending. The starting marked the “elementary cottage,” evolving from a plenitude of derivations of the saddle roof on a seek for pure proportions and a pictorial exaggeration of its primary theme. The “longhouses” seem distinct, lowered, expressive. The elegant black, climate-crushed previous barn, merging with its environment, is camouflaged by its darkish shell towards the darkish outskirts of the forest. The façades, coated in black timber clads, look like in fixed change, altering with the wind, revealing their eventful lives identical to decayed facades of historic business buildings. The three newly developed homes sit on a mild hillside, radial fanned and linked with runways, overlooking the vegetal carpet from their touchdown levels. Evolving from the façades, exactly formed cubes resume the respective theme of the homes and allow dwelling with and inside the panorama. Mirrored glasses interweave the homes with their environment, their façades adorned with photographs of the agricultural panorama. Visit Format Elf Architekten