This house cantilevering out from the landscape in Schondorf am Ammersee, Germany, is by German architect Bembé Dellinger.
Called House R, the building features 380 acrylic cylinders that puncture the building's façade right through to the interior walls.
Floor-to-ceiling glazing wraps around the building, providing panoramic views of the landscape and flooding the interior spaces with natural light.
Photographs are by Stefan Müller-Naumann.
The text that follows is from the architect:
Schondorf on Lake Ammersee has become an attractive place to live due to its location, its good infrastructure, the short distance to Munich and the airport.
A mansion for a business couple, curious, brave and interested in design.
A house with complex functional sequences.
A framed view of the sculptural landscape. 380 massive acrylic glass cylinders perforating the building’s exterior skin.
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