by Mark in Architecture
For those of you who wish to spend a few days of relaxation in the mountains, we thought of showing you a holiday home that amalgamates perfectly with the mountainous view surrounding it.
Created by the architects from TKP Architects, the construction immediately makes itself conspicuous due to the materials used for its construction and finishing.
Stone and wood are natural materials that abound in mountainous areas, and leaving them as little manufactured as possible helps integrate the holiday home with the landscape.
This way, the requirements of an ecological holiday home were fulfilled: reduced costs in terms of material transportation, production, and a less aggressive intrusion in nature.
Mountain lovers who adore climbing can do their morning warm-up for hiking using the inventive ladder to the tiny bedroom on the attic floor.
There's a second sleeping place created in the living room with the help of a recliner bed.
And since the wonderful surroundings can bring about inspiration, there is a small work area in the corner of the room.
Photo: Emily Minton Redfield