House K by Yes Architecture

Yes Architecture projected this modern reinterpretation of a traditional building on the site of a winepress in Sausal-Pistorf, Austria.

The house has an open sleeping, living and cooking area that copy the typically one-roomed, windowless structures of the winepresses. The local corn drying barns were also an inspiration, creating a similarly slatted wooden framework to encircle the house.

Closed on three sides, the glass facade at the northwest site elevation opens the house to its beautiful surroundings.

Via materialicious

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