An Austrian House

a family residence


Nestled within the serene landscapes of rural Austria, this family residence stands as a harmonious blend of modern aesthetics and traditional sensibilities. Designed with clean lines, minimalistic features, and touches of rustic charm, the architecture seamlessly integrates with its natural surroundings while offering contemporary comfort and style. The residence presents a striking façade characterized by a juxtaposition of materials, with stone accents punctuating the sleek, minimalist design. From a distance, the residence emerges as a subtle yet captivating presence against the backdrop of rolling hills and lush greenery. The use of local stone, meticulously crafted and integrated into the structure, evokes a sense of timelessness and rootedness in the region's architectural heritage. The stones, sourced from nearby quarries, lend a warm and inviting atmosphere to the exterior while also providing durable protection against the elements. One of the defining features of the residence is the innovative use of perforated partition walls, which serve as a dynamic element in both form and function. These walls, strategically positioned throughout the interior and exterior spaces, create a play of light and shadow, blurring the boundaries between indoors and outdoors. They allow natural light to filter through, casting intricate patterns that animate the living spaces with a sense of tranquility and serenity.Upon entering the residence, guests are greeted by an open and airy layout that maximizes space and fosters a sense of connectivity. The interior palette is kept neutral, with clean lines and uncluttered surfaces enhancing the feeling of openness and simplicity.




300 SQM