T-Bone House was designed by COAST architects. Set in an established orchard outside Waiblingen, the T-Bone house’s sloping site gives it sweeping views of the surrounding countryside.
So-called for the T-shaped form of the structure, the house rises above glazed infills on the ground floor to a monolithic form above, while the kitchen and living area are set into the slope on the lower ground level. One glazed infill houses the Porsche, venerated like an ancient icon, while the other houses the open living room in the landscape, with large windows on three sides allowing the greenery to infuse the space.
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