The quaint feel of this picturesque property is woken up with this original home. The exterior may look rugged and almost fort-like from an angle, but around the corner and inside reveals a more soothing side.
From Bergmeister Wolf Architects, the residence sits on an Italian mountainside in the province of Bavarian South Tyrol.
The neighboring structures add to the architectural character of the home. A rustic chapel is downhill from the house that definitely softens the look of the exterior. The gorgeous landscape is surely nice to look at year round, but the wintertime appears to be extra cozy.
The buildings’ exteriors are all assembled from weather worn pieces and various traditional supplies of the region, and the main building features an assortment of materials and structural details.
To increase the appeal of the cold weather there is a sauna in a separate building. A guest suite is also on the property, and it is probably not too hard to find willing company to occupy it.
There are also green rooftops on the buildings that would be perfect for a seasonal garden, or left with the planted long insulative grasses as shown.
The interior space is completely modern, but still seems to have a nice blend of a timeworn charm, as shown with the exposed rough cut woodwork and panels. They feature their own individual color schemes but the rooms do not appear to be closed off.
The mountain views are incredible from the floor to ceiling windowed corner walls, and the abundance of sunlight in the interior amplifies the effect of the natural surroundings.
This unique ceiling appears to be covered in a transparent layer of large leaves.
The dining table is set in the square inset that is shown in the medieval like framing on the outer façade.
This creative blend of contemporary and old countryside allure is dreamily displayed in a winter backdrop.
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