Wooden house in Upper Bavaria
In a small area of Inn Valley in Upper Bavaria (Germany), there is this small wooden house made by Arnhard Architekten und Eck.
Its dimensions are only 4 meters wide and 13 meters long, but the inner content of the wooden house is very functional. In addition, the architects have provided a terrace that allows you to expand the boundaries of dining in the warmer periods of the year. On the upper level is designed a living room, which is perfect for relaxing under the pleasant music and enjoying the mountain views. Wood-burning stove fills the warmth and scent the whole house. The residence is designed for a family of two. The exterior walls and roof are decorated with natural wood and the inner part of the walls is made up of 11 thousand clay bricks as an insulating layer. The wooden house has solar panels that produce more energy than is necessary to the owners, so they are even used to heat a nearby building. Proportions, materials and construction in this project make the wooden house so attractive, even if its size is so small. Photo: Florian Holzherr.