Innsbruck Mountain House by K-M Architecture

This house is located at the valley inn in the Innsbruck town with beautiful view of the mountains surrounding the city. The modern wooden house was designed by K-M Architecture with three floors. The first floor is made with concrete that was implanted in the mountains as the basic foundation to strengthen building. A part of this open basement is use as a carport. If viewed from the courtyard outside, the first floor is not visible as it is covered by a mound of the small hill. The building material of the first floor and second floor are made of wood that is connected with a fine wooden staircase. The first floor and used as kitchen, open dining room and separate living room. Each room is designed to be able to access the views of the valley Inn and the beautiful surrounding mountains. While the second floor is only used as bedroom and private bathroom.


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