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Architecture August, 5 2010

House V by Jakob Bader Architecture

Can’t help but fall for the glorious conception of space in Jakob Bader Architecture‘s recent House V. Located in Munich, Germany, the house responds to both a small plot and to strict local council regulations. The cantilever roof extending the upper floor and acting as protection for the automobile hard standing is particularly excellent.

Simple, smart design.

More images of House V after the jump. (via Contemporist).

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