Located in the Italian province of South Tyrol at the foot of the Dolomites, noa* network of architecture revives a 1850s barn. The new construction mirrors the form of the original structure with a simple, rectangular footprint and a gabled roof. While the northern elevation is clad in wood, the rear features a glazed facade that filters in light through an intricate wooden trellis. Its interior is laid out vertically, with the main living spaces spread throughout the ground floor. The remaining spaces are housed in a cluster of hanging boxes. Resembling a mountain path, rooms ascend up to the home's summit where a rooftop sauna looks out to views of the Santner Mountains.
Photos: Alex Filz / noa* network of architecture