Recently, we just can't stop admiring splendid architectural implementations from CUKROWICZ NACHBAUR. Hoping that our readers will share our fascination, we present — GH House Eschen.
The house stands among a heterogeneous area of private homes in Eschen, Liechtenstein. Perfectly blended into the environment and yet standing out of the side, the project serves as a peaceful shelter amid ravishing primal mountain landscape. The volume consists of three floors from the valley, and two floors from above, while all the living spaces are accommodated in the upper levels.
„The house has been build using timber, with a flamed wood façade giving the house its distinctive appearance. Precisely placed openings, including loggias and an enclosed courtyard, create protected outdoor spaces and unexpected spatial qualities within the house,” the architects comment. Wood is used not only in the exterior, as all surfaces of the inner space are finished in a balanced combination of earth plaster and untreated native timbers. Hereby forming a coherent, natural and intimate space to live.