Basel-based architects Buchner Bründler recently designed “H House”, an architecture through which its residents can enjoy the picturesque surroundings of Lake Lucerne, Switzerland. The home is conceived to complement the natural environment as it overlooks the waters of the Vierwaldstättersee and the mountainous landscape.

Panoramic windows that span from floor to ceiling invite into the interior space where a warm wood material palette was used for the kitchen units. The presence of grey concrete throughout the property offers a character of homeliness and tranquility, enhanced through the creation of a built-in open log fire in the open plan living area, which at night transforms the residence’s exposed concrete walls into a flickering hue of orange flames. By day, areas of the house enclosed behind walls are illuminated by a solar tube skylight system, filtering natural sunlight into the space.


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(via ignant)

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