A noteworthy example of sculptural architecture, Haus Boscha is the cornerstone of a series of buildings built recently in the Gründerzeit quarter, the green heart of Lipsia.
The architects' basic idea was to custom design a house for each customer that would be able to meet each individual need.
Decorated with a floral pattern in gold leaf, the cement bench is the distinctive element of the Hall on the ground floor and is the prelude as much to the discovery of large spaces as it is to the scenery that can be glimpsed through the long windows.
“Covered in stone, the lower level distances itself from the smooth and clear façade. Furthermore, the base in the entrance area provides the pleasure of the illusion. In fact, the upper part seems to be suspended in nothing – reveals Mario Hein, the architect in charge of the design. A draft can be redrafted infinite times. The project, however, only takes shape when the architect and the builder meet on the same wavelength.”