Photography: Jonas Berg for Baden-Württemberg Sotheby's International Realty
This monumental Stuttgart house mixes Bauhaus, futuristic and zen architecture with a light-drenched brutalist interior.
The Baden-Wûrttemberg villa was built in 2000 and appears warehouse-like at the front thanks to its windowless facade. Its box-shaped gallery interior has towering ceilings and a floor-to-ceiling glass wall that peeks onto trees and foliage while flooding its cavernous volumes with light.
There are clean lines and a palette of buffed, bare concrete walls and grey tiled stone flooring across three storeys of the five-bedroom home, including its master bedroom and roof terrace.
It has grittier-looking perforated steel plate flooring in the entrance hall and wire cord staircase balustrades. In the kitchen, a burnt-orange island injects a playful pop of colour.