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    This luxury villa based in Germany, conceived and designed by the studio of architecture Dettling Architekten is called the ‘C1 House’.To build and design the house, Dettling Architekten has taken into account the factors such as space and intimate common space, the climate. The open space allows a family and friends to get together but also to set down in the intimacy. The glazed door let you constantly to get in relationship with the nature.

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    German studio Dettling Architekten has designed the C1 House in Karlsruhe, a city in the state of Baden-Württemberg, in southwest Germany. This beautiful contemporary home was created for a family with children that wanted a proper environment for the kids to grow. Every little space was used to provide functionality to the place. The floor-to-ceiling windows permit the natural light to enter inside all day long and also to keep the home warm during the night.

  • Aaron Brown

    C1 House in Karlsruhe, Germany displays an interesting rectangular exterior appearance, outlined by an open terrace and generous swimming pool. Especially designed to open up to the neighboring valley and village,

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    Awesome Architecture » C1 House in Karlsruhe, Germany by Dettling Architekten

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