Nested on a triangular site, House T is a modern home with two different profiles, fully designed and developed by Haro Architects near Salzburg, Austria. The residence, presented as a simple rectangular-shaped construction, with only one terrace to interrupt the  linearity, features a private closed facade on one side and a contrasting front with walls of glazings facing the city and the mountains, on the other. The exterior is vertically clad in larch wood. However, this material is a very inspired choice for building durable structures. Its soundproofing qualities make the material appropriate for this particular house, located very close to the street.

The garage is partially hidden by its green roof and it can be accessed via two different means: the underground stairwell or the exterior set of stairs. The flat grassy area covering the garage together with the extended terrace form a landscaped yard, perfect for outdoor dining. Kitchen and living room, both located to the top floor offer the most amazing views. Inside, a fireplace and a shelving unit reflect the house’s simple and neat linearity.