Situated like a stack of offset geometric shapes, the Dupli Casa by J. Mayer H. provides a singularly unusual home for a vibrant family just outside of Luxembourg, Germany. The home, much like the family within it, has grown organically over time. The original home was built in 1984 and underwent many modifications and additions throughout the years.
In August of 2008, the new home was completed. The 12,800 square foot residence blends interior and exterior almost seamlessly with ample access to breathtaking scenic views and huge, clear windows.
Public spaces on the first and third floors are more open to the outdoors via huge windows, while the private spaces on the middle floor are protected by the protruding elevations above and below.
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