The Dupli Casa project, located near Ludwigsburg, a city in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, was designed by Berlin-based studio J. Mayer H. Originally, the house had a classic design, in 2008 being transformed and given a new futuristic look.
Its geometry based on the footprint of the previous house built in 1984, echoes the “family archaeology” by duplication and rotation.
Everyone is aware of the German seriousness and discipline and the quality of their work. As a consequence of that, this project couldn’t be anything less.
Photos by David Franck