28 Dec '16, 6pm

An old Swiss farmhouse gets a striking wooden extension that juxtaposes past and present

with a striking wooden extension that seamlessly melds modern and classic architecture. ‘Haus Zur Blume’ ads extra living space to an existing home while juxtaposing the past against the present. The modern structure is wrapped in a wooden slat facade that filters natural light.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/an-old-swiss-farmhouse-gets-a-striki...

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