Located roughly 20-miles south of Stuttgart in Reutlingen, Germany, KAISERBOLD is an award-winning design firm specializing in conceptual architecture and interior design. And while the Southwest German company is routinely tasked with digitally penning projects from big-name clients such as the Home Depot and EverRest, its latest work sees KAISERBOLD depart from its regular modus operandi in favor of a project more rooted in nature, comprised of a conceptual mountain cabin home built for life amidst a global pandemic.
Fittingly dubbed the “Mountain Retreat,” the computer-generated dwelling is perched high, atop a ridgeline overlooking the locale’s sprawling mountain ranges. The project was engineered to be conducive to a socially-distanced world, providing the regular comforts and accommodations of a modern home, albeit in a much more secluded setting. The partially-stilted structure sees the traditional five-sided home silhouette cut in half, with a sloped roof, and floor-to-ceiling windows adorning one side, while just below is a covered patio that opens up to reveal stunning views of the area’s typography. To see more of the project, you can check out KAISERBOLD’s Behance page linked below.
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