Over 200 million objects used to create this most unusual home—a living work of art

This unique looking house is decorated in an extremely artistic way. It gleams and shimmers like a 3D painting. Over two million objects were used to create this masterpiece house!

Like a living work of art adorned with marbles, mosaic and stone, and more, this owner has spent over 100, 000 euros in creating his dwelling. Steffen has named his masterpiece Schloss Lilllliput, and it stands in the small village of Naundorf, Brandenburg, 100 km south of Berlin. This jewel of a home stands among old ruins in a wild garden.

The four L’s in the center of Lilllliput are no typo, as they stand for love, life, humor, and passion—all of which begin with ‘L’ in German. Steffen conducts tours for visitors to the area.

Photographer Patrick Pleul visited Steffen in his abode in June 2017. He photographed the artist’s secluded niches of his many-faceted house. For seven years plus Steffen has been molding and shaping his home to his taste and sense of aesthetic appeal. It has become his living artwork where he can live out his dreams, amongst the towers, fanciful archways, and concealed benches.

No two things are identical in Steffens home, even the windows are of varying shapes and sizes.

The walls of Steffen Modrach’s (Victor the first) house consists of countless separate pieces in Naundorf.

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