Hosensinn Architektur designed House M, a wonderful retreat in the picturesque region of Bad Aussee, in Austria. The inspiring fresh landscape and the imposing mountains guarding from afar compliment the neat appearance of this dwelling. An interesting blend of rustic and contemporary, the house connects the inhabitants with the outdoors, at all levels. Openness, tranquility and transparency play a key role in compiling a harmonious living environment. The sloping plot determined the structure of the house, with the living areas on one side and the terraces on the other.
The best thing about this place is that it has a positive effect on the inhabitants, charging them with energy. The floor-to-ceiling windows allow you to explore the outdoors from the intimacy of the living room. “The concept of openness and enactment of the outside area are thus made tangible and intensified throughout the building. The delicate façade design is completely of wood, albeit continuing fragmentarily in front of the glazing and thus creating the semblance of a filter.” The breeze of the countryside can be experienced from every single corner of the house.