Lying rests on a gently sloping hillside of the Upper Inn Valley, at a height of nearly 1040 meters, the House P is a C-shaped timber structure residence overlooking the vast panorama of the surrounding Mountains.
The façade surfaces the house are equipped with a vertical screen clad in untreated larch wood, an open courtyard separates the residential functions of the building.
Downstairs there are common areas of the house, the private retreat rooms are upstairs. The color scheme of the interior provides with finely graded Blacks for wall, ceilings and furniture surfaces a strong visual contrast for colored Interplay of nature.
Inspiration from architects:
The surrounding countryside is natural and Cultural space at the same time. Shapes, colors and the interplay of the seasons of alpine Landscape for the inhabitants of the house to be experienced, was the central design task.