German architects Steimle Architekten have designed a new beautiful home in Germany, meant to look like a crystal made from concrete.

Positioned on the German countryside, E20 consists of three layers, each boasting angled facades offering varying vantage points throughout the neighborhood and landscape adjacent. The roof in turn slopes towards one corner, ultimately hiding the chimney, as the overall idea of the facade is to allow “the building to open out to the surrounding outdoor spaces and to offer its inhabitants unexpectedly expansive views in the distance.”

Fifty-centimeter concrete walls then barricade the exterior of the home, with precisely-placed windows then providing additional views of the outside world.

For a look at Steimle Architekten's E20 house, scan through the imagery above.

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