House MBP: Concrete Design Meets Timeless Elegance
Nestled in the heart of Dresden, Germany, the House MBP, a striking single-story abode designed by Boden-Peroche Martin in 2022, captivates with its blend of contemporary and timeless design. Situated on a serene plot amid a historic 19th century villa, the house features a minimalist yet sophisticated concrete design.
Despite its humble three-room configuration, House MBP boasts generous living space, a captivating carbonated wooden facade, and a unique mix of materials. This architectural gem truly exemplifies the spirit of modern German living, embracing both history and forward-thinking design.
About House MBP
Serene Suburban Marvel: A Modern Residential Haven
Nestled at the back of a park-like property, this modern residential building complements a historic 19th century villa. Donning a carbonated wooden facade, black anodized facade profiles, and a consistent single-story layout, it harmonizes effortlessly with its surroundings and venerable tree populace.
Maximizing Minimalism: Rethinking Space
Despite its modest three-room blueprint, the design magnificently creates ample space for dining, relaxing, and hosting social gatherings. The walls and ceilings boast exposed concrete, while white Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) customizes all the furniture, enhancing the minimalist aesthetic.
A Blend of Textures: The Material Transparency Concept
Oak floorboards provide a warm touch, contrasting beautifully with the industrial appeal of waxed steel. Furthermore, the outdoor application of Cor-Ten steel bolsters the concept of material transparency, tying in the interior and exterior harmoniously.
Photography courtesy of Boden-Peroche Martin
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