Germany based practice Yonder – Architecture and Design have built a holiday home for a big family of seven people. The design of the holiday home was inspired from the traditional Allgäu architecture. The geometry of the House P is a result of maximizing the site’s allowable building space. The holiday home features a shallow gabled roof and a full lower level. An oblique section slices the volume along its center axis, creating two sections, a house and a storage shed.
The space between the living area and storage shed offers the family a courtyard for outdoor activities. A large glass window in the living room offers views of the surrounding mountains. The two floors in the house are connected by a double height living and dining room. A loft in the upper level provides space for reading, relaxing and star-gazing through a window.
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The basement has two private bedrooms, a bathroom and a sauna. The main building and facade was built from wood, a main regional building material. The timber shell is charred before assembly to give it a natural weather protection.