A German couple who wanted to create a piece of their homeland in Newtown Square have built a contemporary house true to the aesthetics of their roots in Europe, writes Tara Behan for Main Line Today.
“They gave us the latitude to create a house that was German in design and spirit, but could also live comfortably on a street in suburban Pennsylvania,” said Matthew Forsythe, the project’s architect.
The home shines with subdued elegance, courtesy of timber, steel, and concrete with high-quality detailing.
“They wanted the sort of quiet, comfortable home they would find in Germany,” said Richard Buchanan, partner of West Chester’s Archer & Buchanan Architecture.
Read more about the beautiful home in Main Line Today by clicking here.