The House T in Austria had certain requirements before being completed. The owners wanted to overlook the city, but also have a clear view of the alps in the distance. As such Haro Architects had to make the most of the triangular shaped land they were given to work with.
The result is a house with varying facades. When approaching it from the road, the outside consists of a lighter wood coloring that encompasses almost the one entire side. However, when moving towards the back everything opens up with a deck area and large windows to allow for a clear view. Considering the architects were working under such specific constraints, they certainly did a good job with what they had.
Owners here can now enjoy amazing views plus a comforting home.
Photo Credits: designboom, haro-architects
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