On a fresh green landscape near the forest in Nova Ponente, Italy sits an ensemble of wooden abodes smoked to perfection. The Fan Forest Houses By Bergmeisterwolf Architects are a trio that blends in with nature and forms a single entity.
Each house is positioned on a concrete slab, floating over the topography with spacing that makes them seem connected like a comprehensive piece of art. You can access the beautiful houses by a wooden bridge, which creates the feeling of entering a zone stripped of digital distractions. They have spacious, integrated cantilevered terraces so you can enjoy the warm sun while devouring your current novel. The structures seem to grow out of the landscape, and the black slats carry over to the roofs of the three houses to form a sense of flow and wholeness. Once inside, you’ll find simple furniture and large windows that invite you to connect with the views of the natural world. The Fan Forest Houses are peaceful, minimalist retreats for a digital detox to help you reconnect to the organic world.