Ferienhaus Girardi by Philip Lutz Architecture is Made From Timber

By: Sarah Robson - Published: Sep 3, 2012 • References: philiplutz.at & architizer
Nothing stands out against the white snowy scenery like the ferienhaus girardi by Philip Lutz Architecture. This all-black building has a unique triangular shape, and it has simple and sleek designs.

The cabin is located in the Bregenz Forest in Austria, and has a panoramic view of Lake Constance and the Pfänder peak. The interior is full of timber wood floors made from maple planks, and the walls and ceilings are made from white pine belt. Philip Lutz aimed to preserve as many trees as possible, and used timber from trees in the forest.

This contemporary cabin has black shingles on the outer-shell, and is surrounded by stunning large trees. This is the perfect home for a small family that enjoys outdoor activities. Stats for All-Black Mountain Cabins Trending: Older & Average
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