Taking benefit of the gorgeous views of the Alps from its location in Kitzbuehel, Austria, this contemporary mansion shows a studied strategy to personalised architecture. Provoking the thoughts to simply accept a unique facade than it’s used to, the Kitzbuehel Mansion blends with its rural environment, but in addition speaks a up to date architectural language. The Austrian residence was cut up into two zones – one for social dwelling to the East and the opposite one for sleeping, to the West. Linked by a glass partition on the bottom flooring and an elevated path on the higher half, these two volumes assemble an attention grabbing regionally sourced Tyrolean wooden-cladded home. Completed in 2011 by Hamburg-based mostly studio Splendid Architecture, the S,750 sq. foot magnificence is compartmentalized into three ranges constructed into the steep slope. Concrete flooring cowl the interiors and pure mild floods the areas by way of superbly adorned home windows that seize picturesque views of the Alps.