Soaring ceilings, built-in furniture, and minimal color make this German House B feel huge. Sky-high ceilings are created with a sculptural pitched roof. Its uneven angles are the result of the required setback distances from surrounding roads and houses. Playfully protruding and recessed windows define the street-facing side of the house, maintaining privacy while ushering in sunlight. A series of large glazed windows face the backyard garden. White polyurethane floors create the illusion of increased space, and add brightness and depth to the interior. Custom built-in furniture takes design cues from the home’s timber frame. The staircase and all built-in storage objects are made of wood. House B is a super stylish example of a minimalist home decorated with taste.