Stood alone at the center of a large meadow in a romantic castle ruins, the House in Balsthal is a sweet home built by Swiss architect Pascal Flammer who lives there with his girlfriend and young son.
Everything is made of wood, this house was transversely divided into two parts connected through a metal spiral staircase in the center of house.
The ground floor is just one large room consist of kitchen, dining area and living space. No walls, large windows open to the unobstructed view of the landscape surrounding it. The window sills are also sliding panel in which the whole household is storage space.
The upper floor served as private space such as bedroom,bathroom and dressing room, from one room to another just like in a palace.