L'agence autrichienne Delugan Meissl Associated Architects vient de livrer la "House RT", une maison qui s'intègre à la topographie du site, réinvention futuriste de l'habitat troglodytique.

Niché en bordure de forêt, ce volume aux lignes tendues s'ouvre au maximum sur l'extérieur, créant un décalage entre cette maison encastrée dans une butte et néanmoins très lumineuse.

Sur ce projet, l'agence Delugan Meissl Associated Architects précise :

"The site’s characteristic, gently shaped topography was the starting point for the design. The slope on the skirts of the forest overlooking the nearby city opens up to a wide panoramic view over the valley and the surrounding mountain landscape. The architectural response was a residence with maximum relation to nature in the centre of a glade. Based on the house’s atrium-like typology, the systematically positioned intervals between landscape and construction achieve lively relationships between the artificial and the natural.

Circumferential folds and large-scale glass openings in the walls absorb, reflect, underline and complement the scenic parameters. The house’s reclusive position and integration with the mature natural overgrowth gives it the character of an open refuge which is introverted, yet at the same time wide open.

Following the topology, the interiors are aligned with the highly amenable outdoor spaces, thus creating clearly defined, spatially permeable areas free of barriers and fluidly connected.

The crack pattern on the facade underlines the tension between surface feeling and color.

It can either be rich in contrast in the snowy winter landscape or complementary to the surrounding forest’s summery color interplay."

Photographies : Hertna Hurnaus

Pour en savoir plus, visitez le site de Delugan Meissl Associated Architects.

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