The HUF Haus ART 3 near Koblenz proves with flying colours that the clear timber framed architecture of HUF HAUS with its generous glazing and characteristic skylight level is a timeless classic even after almost 15 years.
The timber framed architecture of wood and glass, which has always been modern in appearance, forms the perfect shell for new design ideas and fresh furnishing concepts. The open floor plan design with floor-to-ceiling glazing sets the tone for light and furniture arrangements, then as now.
But please with wood
Through the open foyer the visitor reaches the centre of the house. The kitchen and dining area show a new, harmonious interplay in which warm tones play the leading role. Over the modern wooden counter made of solid oak, the view wanders towards the dining table, which is cleverly integrated into the spatial concept in terms of form and colour.
Walking a few steps further, one arrives in the newly designed living room that captivates by a bright seating landscape with red colour accents. A large, anthracite-coloured carpet provides a lot of cosiness and serves as a beautiful contrast to the sandstone-coloured tiles. The open fireplace, the indirect light sources and the discreet curtains create a special feel-good atmosphere.
Small format tile tiles were yesterday. Today, the modern bathroom impresses with large, polished wall and floor tiles. The “Casalgrande, Series Marte” tile in the 30 x 60 format is also to be found in the floor-level glass shower. The finishing touches are provided by fashionable accessories and stylish sliding curtains.
The bedrooms with noble new carpets, StilART fixtures and modern light arrangements convince with their friendly, bright atmosphere and the clear design language. The colour mix of red, grey and white, which is also reflected here in the parents’ and children’s areas, ensures a harmonious interplay of all rooms in the house.