Located in a small village referred to as Osterreinen, in Reiden am Forggensee, Germany, House U is a compact house with robust rustic notes, a peaceable oasis and the right place to overlook for a second about all that technological improvement that surrounds us. Instead, the place is very nice to spend a while having fun with the straightforward issues in life, comparable to lengthy walks, good books, the birds singing their joyful little ditty and usually a light, uncluttered way of life. House N was designed by becker architekten. This rural residence respects the overall architectural line of the village, emphasising a 70s like construction, an analogy to the native rural homes.
The facade in wrapped in picket lamellas and the home windows additionally function picket shutters, to succeed in a homogeneous look. The inside is all-white and the home is oriented in the direction of a low power consumption. As a consequence the home is provided with a particular air flow system and a wooden-pallet burner with flooring heating. Nothing too trendy, nothing edgy. A residence utterly unaltered, that regardless of the normal-like strategies of sustainability could be very snug and welcoming.