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House R by Bembe Dellinger

House R by Bembé Dellinger

This house cantilevering out from the landscape in Schondorf am Ammersee, Germany, is by German architect Bembé Dellinger.

House R by Bembe Dellinger

Called House R, the building features 380 acrylic cylinders that puncture the building's façade right through to the interior walls.

House R by Bembe Dellinger

Floor-to-ceiling glazing wraps around the building, providing panoramic views of the landscape and flooding the interior spaces with natural light.

House R by Bembe Dellinger

Photographs are by Stefan Müller-Naumann.

House R by Bembe Dellinger

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House R by Bembe Dellinger

The text that follows is from the architect:


House R

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.

House R by Bembe Dellinger

A mansion for a business couple, curious, brave and interested in design.

House R by Bembe Dellinger

A house with complex functional sequences.

House R by Bembe Dellinger

A framed view of the sculptural landscape. 380 massive acrylic glass cylinders perforating the building’s exterior skin.

House R by Bembe Dellinger

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