Haus Moosbrugger: a home standing on a steep slope, a wooden shell projected onto the Swiss landscape
Haus Moosbrugger: a home standing on a steep slope, a wooden shell projected onto the Swiss landscape

Haus Moosbrugger sits on a steep slope with a 5 metre drop: the architectural result is a surprise of comfort and pleasure on every floor of the home

The home, designed by Firm Arkitecten is made up of an enclosure with wooden walls and roof, and is raised on exposed concrete partitions.
Large ribbon windows connect the interiors to the Swiss and Allgäu valleys

Haus Moosbrugger: a home standing on a steep slope, a wooden shell projected onto the Swiss landscape

The garden floor reflects the basement level of the house; here are the bedrooms and bathrooms, directly connected to the lawn and the two fruit trees that are blooming there. On the upper floor, the living area with its terrace offers another pleasant place where you can enjoy the panorama

Haus Moosbrugger: a home standing on a steep slope, a wooden shell projected onto the Swiss landscape

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