Haus Ostfildern @ Stuttgart

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

This red concrete house outside Stuttgart by German firm Finckh Architekten has an oversized middle floor that cantilevers across the driveway (photos by Zooey Braun).

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

Despite its projecting middle, Haus Ostfildern has two standard storeys and a pitched roof, just like its vernacular neighbours.

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

The main door is positioned around the side, together with a glass wall that slides back to open the ground floor living and dining room onto the sheltered driveway and terrace.

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

A large black gate also slides across to span the front of the house and driveway.

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

Study and play rooms occupy the larger first floor, while a bedroom and bathroom are located under the eaves in the attic.

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

If you’re interested in buildings with red concrete exteriors, check out a work studio for a poet and musician we featured recently.

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

 

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

 

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

 

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

 

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

 

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

 

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

 

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

 

Haus Ostfildern by Finckh Architekten

 

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