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Sublime alpine home in Upper Austria marries modern and vernacular design

Clad in highly reflective, insulated metal panels, HAUS KW would have a pitched roof evocative of vernacular alpine design combined with a simple box-house design common in modern architecture. Wooden slats on the north facade pay further respects to traditional buildings, and structural timber used for framing the home is sourced sustainably from local sources. Related: Swiss Ski gondolas transformed into sublime saunas "The partially floating cast-in-place concrete slab allows for a smaller footprint of the building and less disturbance of the existing landscape," Kweton writes in his design brief for the project.
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