Concrete can be poured into almost any conceivable shape. The robust building material allows the implementation of completely new details – and an architecture that follows clear and aesthetic structures. Complemented by steel, glass and light, a private house has been built in Würzburg whose construction is massive, fair and flooded with light all at the same time.

Bright & light

Reduced design elements and shapes support the clear architecture of the house. The interior is perfectly illuminated by the purist ceiling spotlights of the Più series, which, with their multifunctional application possibilities and their wealth of variants, provide accentuated basic lighting.
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Clear focus – the kitchen

The kitchen is not only a connecting passage between front and back of the house, but also the clear center of events. The meeting place of the family is highlighted by Sento sospeso, whose pendulum length can be set situational. Thus, the variable pendant luminaire provides light exactly as it is needed – and offers full freedom of design.

Combining design & cosiness

The living area proves that concrete has long since discarded the image of »undercooled material«: Mito largo impressively floats above the leather sofa, gives the room warmth – and invites you to linger.
The elegant arc luminaire Mito raggio powerfully stages the lounge chair – and harmonises perfectly with the reduced shapes and forms of the design classic.

Private house, Würzburg (Bavaria, Germany)

Year of realization: 2016
Client: private
Architecture: Thomas Mensing Architekt, Würzburg
Area: 286 m²
Luminaires: Più alto, Più alto 3d, Sento sospeso, Sento verticale, Mito largo, Mito raggio
Photography: Robert Sprang, Guido Erbring

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