A Unique House, House D Designed By Hohensinn Architektur

A single family house, that is, House D was designed by Hohensinn Architektur in Neuhofen, Austria. This two storey house is semi buried into a gently sloping hill. The full-heighted windows give an eccentric feeling and nurtures the house with quite an expansive view of the Austrian country.

It is inspired by the standard and austere Austrian house; hence, House D boasts a compact and minimalist style. Wood options conspicuously throughout the structure, from the laminated timber flooring to the assorted home furnishings made from solid oak. Dark grey and white accents area unit the sole alternative colors wont to enliven the minimalist exterior.

The entrance of the house is found on the semi-buried ground floor, which consists of the garage, storage rooms, cloakroom, and guest space. From the lower level, a picket flight of stairs ascends to a south-facing unrestricted room, lebensraum, and a picket terrace on the other aspect of the full-height glass windows. The terrace is meant to appear sort of a natural extension of the house and includes any low garden. The non-public quarters’ area contains in an associate formed wing which extends from the most lebensraum.

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