Holzhaus am Auerbach

Situated in the Upper Bavarian Inn Valley, this holiday home is only 4 meters wide. The architects Christine Arnhard and Markus Eck built it for themselves and on their own terms. With its solid walls of wood and clay, the house is like a loft on five levels: the half-offset stacked rooms are openly interconnected. The entrance area with a garage leads into the dining kitchen, which can be opened with large folding doors on two sides. Two floating terraces extend the interior space outdoors. The living area with a fireplace and views onto the Spitzstein is located half a floor above. The bedroom, with views of the “Auerbach” river, is on the next level – and further up still is the gallery under the roof with a freestanding bathtub set beneath a skylight. Images: (c) Florian Holzherr

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