Haus am Moor by Bernardo Bader Architekten

Haus am Moor by Bernardo Bader Architekten

Its interior creates a warm, welcoming escape from the elements with a staircase that ascends to a lofted bedroom.

If the Haus am Moor by Bernardo Bader Architekten could only be described in  illustrate one word, the best choice may be “haven.” That’s the stunning effect that the rural cabin has. Set against the forested background of rural Vorarlberg, Austria, it is truly a sight for sore eyes. Made from locally-sourced spruce, fir, and elm, the vision of Dornbirn based architecture firm Bernardo Bader Architects adds an elegant dimension on a rustic design.
The cabin is imbued with a sense of solidarity with its surroundings. In part, that effect is achieved by using wood from the very forest it is located within. That helps it blend in seamlessly without taking away from the natural beauty that envelopes it. Its electricity is powered by a large stove equipped with a geothermal heat pump. That environmentally friendly energy source stays true to the principles the cabin is built upon. Its interior creates a warm, welcoming escape from the elements with a staircase that ascends to a lofted bedroom. That openness accentuates the 885 square feet of space and pointed ceiling. From its ethically sourced materials to its rustic design, the Haus am Moor by Bernardo Bader Architekten is a modern escape from the wilderness that manages to stay true to its roots.