May 21, 2013 / Architecture
Haus am Moor by Bernardo Bader Architects

Haus am Moor is a minimalist house located in Krumbach, Austria, designed by Bernardo Bader Architects. Within the private forest of Schwarzenberg, the wood was selected, felled, cut, and installed. An overall of 60 spruces, firs and elms were used for construction panels, doors, floor structure and floor boards. (1)

Name: Haus am Moor

Designer:  Bernardo Bader Architects

Location: Krumbach, Austria

Year: 2013

Haus am Moor is a minimalist house located in Krumbach, Austria, designed by Bernardo Bader Architects. Within the private forest of Schwarzenberg, the wood was selected, felled, cut, and installed. An overall of 60 spruces, firs and elms were used for construction panels, doors, floor structure and floor boards.

All doors, kitchen, and furniture are made of solid wood. In the grooves of the bricks, the floor heating pipes are placed and covered with a fine sägeroher fir floor. The attempt was to maintain a consistent wood construction, which is connected to the tradition of Bregenzerwald houses.

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