There are often close links between forward-looking architecture and the art of engineering, as can be seen at the Baden-Württemberg Regional Garden Show in Nagold. On just 39 square metres of space, the Functionality Cube created by Berlin designer Werner Aisslinger in collaboration with Häfele combines the essential usages of living, cooking, eating, working and sleeping in an elegant yet highly functional piece of architecture. The cube is open to the public until 7thOctober 2012.
The building, which is glazed all the way round, seeks to unite indoors and outdoors in unique fashion. The interior is bathed in light and provides an unobstructed view of the parkland and the historic centre of Nagold, expressing the motto of this year’s garden show, “Green Urbanity”, in a synthesis of interior lifestyle, the city and nature.
19. July 2012
Categories: architecture, News
Tags: architecture, concept house, Functionality Cube, Functionality World, Häfele, Kitchen of the Future Workshop, microhouse, Nagold, small house, urban design, urban living, Werner Aisslinger