Built as a collection of small volumes, the House in a Park takes inspiration from its natural site. The structures follow the contour of the park-like plot and are connected by a continuous roof. Clad in natural stone, the organic facade helps to further blend the buildings into the landscape. Each one is freely arranged around a central courtyard, sharing access to the outdoor space as well as views of the surrounding mountains and Lake Zurich. A muted palette creates a dreamy minimalist interior, a contrast to the rural scenery. Oil-rubbed wood and metal windows wash living spaces with natural light while framing in the dramatic vistas.
Photos: Simone Bossi / Think Architecture