Jakob Bader Architecture have designed the House V in Munich-Unterfoehring, Germany.
House V by Jakob Bader Architecture
House V is a large house on a small plot of land and an even smaller budget. On the outside it is very red and on the inside very raw. The house is well insulated and includes a geothermal pump and air-handling system minimising operation and maintenance costs. House V is not specifically an “Environmental” house but rather just simple and smart.
Arrival at House V is from the South. Cars are not hidden away in a garage but displayed under the …
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