Bernado Bader Architects completes Haus Am Moor in the rural Vorarlberg, Austria, made of concrete and locally sourced wood. Sixty spruce, fir and elm trees take up the interior and exterior, neatly lined in straight slabs that visually elongate the space. Some walls expose the concrete structure for an extremely organic yet modern contrast, heightened by the dramatically open triangular ceiling.
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