Dusseldorf house designed by architect Georg Döring
Two rectangular volumes, arranged one above the other at a 90º angle, define the architecture of this single-family house in which a family of four lives. The author of the project is the German architect Georg Döring, who designed this house where a close relationship is established between the interior and exterior space, becoming permeable or closing according to needs. The residence is located in the city of Dusseldorf (Germany), in a street full of single-family houses that usually have the garage on the sides, just like this one.
Dusseldorf house designed by architect Georg Döring Published by Maan