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This Home in the Austrian Alps Was Crafted for People Who Appreciate Nature

Nestled in the Alps in western Austria, the village of Going am Wilden Kaiser is famous for its Christmas Market. In the winter, people come for the skiing, the snowshoeing and simply to embrace the idyllic winter landscape.

Design collective Mostlikely created this home in the Alps that's nicknamed The Barn.
This Home in the Austrian Alps Was Crafted for People Who Appreciate Nature

Architect Mark Neuner and the team at the Mostlikely design collective set out to reflect the village's charm in this new home. The 3,336 square-foot wooden house is nicknamed The Barn and was designed with "regional authenticity" in mind, the designers tells Dezeen.com. The wood, both inside and out, gives the home the cozy feeling of a ski lodge.

A view out of the windows of the home gives you a stunning look at the Alps
This Home in the Austrian Alps Was Crafted for People Who Appreciate Nature

Neuner tells ArchDaily he chose concrete walls inside the house to allow "magic" to take place; the designers used a corrosion technique to etch "flowers and creatures that would slightly remind" you of the myth of the Alps on the walls.

This Home in the Austrian Alps Was Crafted for People Who Appreciate Nature

The architects are sharing photos of the winter home with weather.com in the slideshow above. You can see more projects from Mostlikely on its website or on its Facebook page.

This Home in the Austrian Alps Was Crafted for People Who Appreciate Nature

This Home in the Austrian Alps Was Crafted for People Who Appreciate Nature

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