Through the floor-to-ceiling windows of the Atrium House in a suburb of Hamburg, people passing by can see into the kitchen and wellness area, their gaze drawn in by the ambient lighting in and around the property. The cube-shaped building is open-plan and constructed in the Bauhaus style, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. As is typical of Bauhaus style, the building is functional and minimalist in design. The clients' dream of a bright home flooded with light was realised through the integration of floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as the white plastered façade, which creates an interesting contrast with the black window frames. The look is broken up by the various window panes; often, the glazed panels that are so typical of atrium houses reach all the way up to the roof framework, and are a unique hallmark of this architectural style.