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Located in Trier, Germany Absalon by Denzer & Poensgen | The Hardt
Located in Trier, Germany Absalon by Denzer & Poensgen. Developed in the “grand arts” of “ars Magna”, all rooms with the façade and the interior elements are developed in the proportion of the golden ratio. The entrance to the 4,628 ft² (430 m²) home, which is pushed into the volume, underlines the “path” from the outside into the building and leads the visitor in a different world. A world with paths, courts, passages and outside spaces, linked together with a high variety of natural lighting. The house’s internal organization is divided into two regions, the public area, and the private sector. Part of the public area has a kitchen, dining room and living room leading to the atrium. Atrium with a pool and a tree used to create a peaceful and peaceful atmosphere. Atrium once staircase, to the roof terrace, Trier and its surrounding scenery at a glance.
© Rainer Mader
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