Cubic House Hafner by Hornung and Jacobi Architecture


The House Hafner located in Büschelhof, Germany was completed by Hornung and Jacobi Architecture in 2012.

This modern house blends seamlessly with the nature, welcoming it by the use of wide glass walls that let the natural light indoors.

It is located in the countryside next to a forest in southern Germany, facing the forest and the valley.

This residential building was design for a couple and it features an independent area for the guests. It is divided into two parts: an introverted area and an extroverted one.

Because of its cubic design, a maximum size of openings was possible.

Photos by Peter Guthrie

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