House Baumle's Blackened Exterior is Reminiscent of Sunburned Rural Huts

 - Aug 30, 2016
References: bernardobader & archdaily
House Baumle is a gorgeous timber home, conceived and constructed by Bernardo Bader Architekten, that features a stunningly striking appearance thanks to the fact that is sheathed in blackened wood, giving it a gorgeously ashen appearance.

Located in Austria, this timber home's ebonized wood is designed to respect the traditions of old-world architecture of the rural surroundings. What's more, the blackened appearance is designed to contrast strikingly with the ligher window frames, not to mention the modernist interior design. The home's interior also features exposed concrete and timber elements for a natural appearance.

The home itself offers 200 square meters of space, and is three stories tall. It's a fine example of architectural aesthetics embracing unconventional color schemes, with the end result being an appearance that is unique but not peculiar.