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Architect Bernardo Bader has designed the Haus am Moor, a country house in Vorarlberg, Austria. The rural cabin is built using locally sourced spruce, fir and elm wood. The basic structure is concrete. A total of 60 trees are used for cladding interior and exterior of the rural home as well as for making doors, flooring and also some of the furniture units. The architecture of the two-storey residence is based on the traditional houses of the Bregenz district.
The ground floor has large living, cooking and dining areas on one side and a home office on the other side. Private areas like bedrooms and children’s playroom are located on the first floor. Heating for the cabin is provided by a wood-burning stove and a ground-sourced heat pump.
Photography: Adolf Bereuter, Via: ArchDaily