Living in an Unusual Log Cabin

In the midst of the 1500-inhabitant hamlet of Lüsen, surrounded by tradionally built South Tyrolian houses lies something that looks like a huge stack of logs. It is the creation of architect Armin Blasbichler who overhauled his family’s three-century old farm house and turned it into a curious and modern home.

by DW (English)


Categories: ArchΤravel, Interior, Interviews


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