P-K House by Pichler & Traupmann Architekten
by Ted Savage / September 14, 2011
Via @plusMOOD, a two-level home in the southern Burgenland region of Austria, literally rises out of the rolling countryside. On the lower level, "the volume of the building is almost completely embedded in the terrain and is revealed as a full storey only at the entrance area."


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The upper level is set free from the ground, with "large areas of glazing, some of them extending the full height of the room, forming largely transparent spaces that are bathed in daylight." More at Pichler & Traupmann Architekten. Photos: Lisa Rastl.

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