This Timber House in Rural Germany Boasts Custom Copper Fittings

By: Rebecca Byers - Apr 21, 2015
References: kuehnlein-architektur.de & dezeen
Located in rural Bavaria, the Timber House is a beautiful living space consisting of two gabled wooden structures. Given the dual nature of the design, the home features two courtyards, one at both the front and back of the house.

The Timber House exudes charisma thanks to classic copper fittings that stand out against the wooden structural framework. The property is in a considerably rural location, but still requires a facade made of slats of wood in order to maintain privacy.

Designed for function, the first portion of the house is dedicated to living space, while the other consists of bedrooms. The Timber House is almost entirely constructed from wood, even boasting wooden furniture and joinery, as well as oak flooring throughout the entire space.