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Haus am Moor delivers a quantifiable understanding of the constructed environment; laying claim to 60 trees for its timber façade and interiors, the wooden cabin in Vorarlberg, Austria combines the gift of nature with poured concrete to create a hybrid environment that is tangibly understood. The house designed by Bernardo Bader Architects crystallizes the intersection through the physical cross outlined by the house’s long form and the deck, the connection to the outside, which lies orthogonal to the rest of the program. The steep gabled roof creates more intimate spaces on the second storey of the house, which is upheld by the select concrete walls that offset the warmth of the wood’s grain. Photography Adolf Bereuter

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