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Summerhouse in Brandenburg by Doris Schäffler

By • Sep 27, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Berlin-based architect Doris Schäffler has sent us photos of the Summerhouse in Brandenburg project.

Completed in 2010, this 1,162 square foot single level weekend retreat is located on Lake Scharmützel, Diensdorf, Germany.

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Treehouse Solling by Baumraum

By • Sep 26, 2011 •  Selected Work 

Andreas Wenning, principal of Bremen-based studio Baumraum has sent us photos of the Treehouse Solling project.

This amazing two-story contemporary treehouse and its 280 square foot main terrace are located in Uslar, a town in Lower Saxony state, Germany.

Though Solling is not a true treehouse as it doesn’t rely on living trees for its structural support, it is really a dream come true for its lucky owner!

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The HI-MACS House by Karl Dreer and Bembé Dellinger Architects

By • Sep 14, 2011 •  Selected Work 

LG Hausys has sent us photos of the HI-MACS® House designed by German studio Karl Dreer, in collaboration with Bembé Dellinger Architects.

Completed in 2010, this contemporary two story home is located in Upper Bavaria, Germany, in the direct vicinity of the lake Ammersee.

The extensive use of HI-MACS®,  a new generation of natural acryl stone makes the residence look spectacular and help light to flood in every room.

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Magdeburg Water Bridge, the Longest Navigable Aqueduct in the World!

By • Jul 30, 2011 •  Selected Work 

The Magdeburg Water Bridge is a navigable aqueduct in Germany that connects the Elbe-Havel Canal to the Mittelland Canal, crossing over the Elbe River.

Open in October 2003, this bridge is the longest navigable aqueduct in the world, with a total length of 3,012 feet.

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Summer House Piu by Patrick Frey and Björn Götte

By • Jul 11, 2011 •  Selected Work 

German architect Patrick Frey has designed this Summer House in collaboration with Björn Götte.

According to the architect, the 750 square-foot two-bedroom wooden prefab cabin can be used as a vacation home, studio space, home office or even a primary home.

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