House D by Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten in Bregenz, Austria

Project: House D
Architects: Dietrich / Untertrifaller Architekten
Location: Bregenz, Austria
Area: 2,260 sq ft
Photographs by: Bruno Klomfar

House D by Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten

Dietrich / Untertrifaller Architekten have designed a luxury contemporary home on an Austrian mountain, overlooking Bregenz.
House D a fully-open, sandwich-shaped countryside home filled with plenty of natural light. The three-story residence offers absolutely stunning views of the surrounding environment and a stellar sight of Lake Constance.
Spanning across the 3 stories, the home features the standard kitchen, dining and living room but also has a master bedroom, a kids’ room as well as a guest room.

From the architects: “Located on a mountain overlooking Bregenz, House D′s open floorplans and generous glazing allow for magnificent views over the surrounding countryside and Lake Constance. The home is stratified into 3 stories, with the Entrée and utilities located on the first floor, guest and children′s rooms on the second, and Master bedroom and an open layout kitchen+dining+living room on the third. In order to strengthen the connection to the natural environment, the third floor also boasts a patio which wraps around the entirety of the building.
The geometric form of the home, combined with the architect′s decision to construct with concrete and wood, create a powerful building that seems to blend into the surrounding landscape. Furthermore, the attention to detail highlights the craftsmanship for which this region of Austria has become famous.”


Tags: Austria, Bregenz, contemporary, Dietrich, Dietrich Untertrifaller, exterior, home, house, House D, interiore, Lake Constance, luxury, minimalist, Residence, villa

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