Salvaged from a 150-year-old barn, the Moser House merges a modern interior with an ancient facade. The original building was carefully dissembled and rebuilt on a new site. Aside from some additional glazing, the exterior remains untouched, working as a shell to house the new construction. A kitchen, dining room, and three bedrooms were intertwined through the hand-carved framework, highlighting the historic character of the former structure. A lofted living area takes advantage of the added windows, offering views of the Austrian countryside.
Photos: Wolfgang Retter / Madritsch + Pfurtscheller