Zooey Braun|Zooey Braun|Zooey Braun|Zooey Braun||Alpine extension|The village of Hettingen, surrounded by the glorious scenery that is a protected natural habitat|The top level of the extension, nestled in the Swabian Alps, cantilevers out 20m on both sides|One of the trusses that, the architect insists, are not a barrier as people can pass through them||
18 Oct 2010

Trumpf factory by Barkow Leibinger

Words by Kerstin Zumstein

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