German architect Thomas Bendel designed and oversaw the construction of Haus Bold, a sculptural concrete residence on a sparse seaside site. The shell of the home is composed of prefabricated concrete elements, arranged in a manner reminiscent of a half-pipe. The voids created by the concrete formwork are occupied by black anodized aluminum frames and glass panels. Haus Bold exudes an overt industrial aesthetic, especially when viewed in its natural context. The interior maintains the exterior theme, with concrete walls and ceilings complemented by black stone flooring. A few select classic modern furnishings adorn the interior, allowing the distinctive architecture to take center stage.
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