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Single-family house with three facades and five bedrooms

If you are looking at this house from the street, I am sure you will say that’s just another ordinary house with a garage in the front and a small garden in the back. Well, I admit that the front side looks a little awkward, and the fact that it is attached to another different house, it doesn’t help it a lot. But let’s look at the bright side of the situation, and after that I will mention all the benefits of living in a house like that.It is very useful having a house in Luxembourg City, because first of all you have your own private house, a place where you can enjoy more space than in an crowded apartment, and also an exterior space where you can enjoy fresh air and sunlight.

Secondly, you have access to all the city’s facilities without necessarily wasting a lot of time in traffic. This single-family house with three façades and five bedrooms is the result of the optimization of areas according to the town-planning specifications in this housing district dominated by inter-connected houses. Simply decorated, this house is just a warm shelter for a family who wants to have privacy, but also wants to enjoy spending time in nature.

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The house was designed by Steinmetz De Meyer Architects and all those façades are designed to allow sunlight in all the rooms, because on the ground floor, where it is also the living room, a big glass wall has the role of decorating the entire room with the outside colorful scenery. The house is relatively small, but using the right materials and furniture, it seems to be perfect. Having two storey ceilings, white walls, wooden floors and big windows, the architects created the illusion of a bigger space.

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The furniture is diversified, from wooden tables to minimalist, comfortable armchairs placed just in front of a beautiful fireplace. Outside we can see an amazing swimming pool surrounded by a wooden terrace, the perfect place for relaxing and spending time with family.{found on contemporist}.

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Posted in Architecture on March 28, 2012

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