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Fieldbalz House by Gus Wüstemann
By Freshome.com - Interior Design & Architecture Magazine on Aug 01, 2012
This distinguished residence displays an unusual architecture. Created as a family home, the Feldbalz House was especially designed for a lifestyle divided between the needs of the children and those of their parents. Three floors compose a suite of spaces split in three different zones – the ground level shelters spaces for the children, opening towards the garden and a patio cantilevering over the swimming pool, the first floor is occupied by family living space, while the last floor showcases necessary rooms for the parents. Designed by Swiss architect Gus Wüstemann to occupy 276 square meters on a beautiful plot overlooking Lake Zurich, the contemporary family house exposes a translucent front entrance only to fully open up towards the beautiful views. Extensive use of glass on the private side of the house allows it to take advantage of surrounding panoramas, as well as its own surprising architecture.
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