With a relaxing view and a minimalistic neat design, the cozy Haus Wiesenhof is “a place of peace and contemplation”, strongly connected to the natural setting through various balconies, terraces and a neat wood cladded exterior. The weekend residence, characterised by a rustic type of simplicity and serenity, is located in St. Johann in Tirol, Austria and it was defined by Gogl Architekten. “The house communicates with the dominant mountain range, with every view resembling a painting. The decision to utilise archaic materials was made quite consciously to quote the surrounding farmsteads. The client wanted an atmosphere that was light and airy, but also cosy.”

Perceived as an alpine refuge, the House Wiesenhof is the perfect getaway for weekends and vacations. The house boasts several living areas, with stylish minimalist décor and few pieces of furniture, corresponding to the client’s tastes and needs. Oak wood, natural stone and iron were used in defining the house. The architects focused on designing a sustainable home, out of respect for the natural surroundings. The idea was to integrate it seamlessly into the natural surrounding.