Whomever termed 'square' a word for dull frigidity has obviously never laid eyes on Werner Aisslinger's Loftcube. These individual life units take into consideration the dual purpose of the needs of urban dwellers and the use of their environment. Aisslinger's concept works on the principal of wasted city living space and can certainly be viewed as a relatively 'green' answer to urban overpopulation by making use of existing, unused spaces.
Aisslinger's recognition of modernity in urban dwelling, the lifestyle needs of the contemporary city-dweller, has been met in Loftcube. Pure sanctuary bodes harmoniously within city space, providing minimalist habitation within urban sprawl. Simultaneously secluded and yet open, Loftcube exists as a seemingly contradictory anomaly, though one which meets its remit with success and originality.
What is the essence of Loftcube? Cubed simplicity sits atop an existing building, providing the inhabitant with an unrivalled panorama. Within the unit, pared-down open-plan creates space within space as ample rooftop sunlight fills the cube from every side. Aisslinger's vision of a suburban rooftop 'neighbourhood' could well be realised with living thus, a sprawling microcosm of city life. Loftcube - the quintessence of cubist living.
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