House on the Moor by Bernardo Bader Architects
by Ted Savage / June 5, 2013
A 60-tree country home in concrete and wood, Haus am Moor Cabin by Bernardo Bader Architects, in rural Vorarlberg, Austria, combines a concrete structure, selectively exposed, with locally sourced spruce, fir and elm, milled from precisely 60 trees, efficiently used throughout, for doors and flooring, and as a furniture component.


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Heating is provided by a wood-burning stove and a ground-sourced heat pump. Via ArchDaily. Photos: Adolf Bereuter.

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