In the German town of Schondorf, close to the lake Ammersee, a German architecture studio Bembé Dellinger designed a villa which with its shape reminds us of the works of Rem Koolhaas or Coop Himmelb(l)au. The floors functionally interlock with each other and complement each other. An eye-catching detail are the windows framed in black steel which contrast with the white façade. There are more contrasting elements to be found on this design. The overall shape of the building is made out of mostly right angles and so offers a very dramatic effect. Acrylic glass cylinders of different sizes and randomly organized perforate the building’s exterior skin to continue through to the interior wall surface. This way interesting lighting of the interior by natural daylight can be achieved.