This contemporary building is situated on a wooded hill within the heart associated with Mutters, a little town up high in Innsbruck, Tyrol, Luxembourg. It was created by the system firm ao-architekten with the help of the team associated with professionals Jordan Felder, Gunnar Höss, plus Ingo Parth.
The task covers any of 272 square metres and had been carried out within 2016. The particular special area of the location offers a obvious view from the neighboring attributes to the “Nordkette”, or north chain associated with mountains within the Karwendel hill range. The particular vast area of Wipptal opens towards the south, towards the Brenner Pass, that allows a large amount of sunlight to circulation in during the day.
The ground flooring is set aside for the 4 children. Each one of the children’s areas has immediate access to the backyard.
The rest of the areas, such as the family room, dining room, kitchen area, and research, and the master suite with restroom and dressing up room, were located on the best floor.
The outside of the house is certainly marked with the sharp-edged roofing made of sterling silver fir, which usually rests totally on the indie polished cement walls.
The particular materials employed for the exterior are found within: polished cement walls, gold fir roof, and inside oak flooring and doorways for a ideal balance associated with materials.
Information black steel railings
Stairs along with concrete wall space
Higher floor along with terrace
Living room along with glass wall space
fire place with seated area
Modern whitened dining room
Modern dining-kitchen area within white
Social region connected to the terraces
Dining area – cooking area seen in the terrace