Modern farmhouses and treehotel

VitraHaus by the swiss architetecture firm Herzog & de Meuron in Weil am Rhein, Germany. A fun interpretation of a modern barn/ farmhouse the VitraHaus is a showroom for the furniture factory Vitra. The VitraHaus opening to public in 2010.

We really enjoy farmhouse and barn look architecture. Why we enjoy it? because it’s  interesting when the mix of new and old comes together in a modern farmhouse or treehotel. This modern contemporary farmhouse design house that is located in Denmark, designed by Cebra Architects. The contrast of the black roof and facade, with the stark white cut-outs in its exterior walls adds an interesting focal point in this countryside. I especially like the expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that minimize the boarders between the outside and inside. This barn and farmhouse makes living close to nature a more modern approach.

image via Trendir

farmhouse design via Trendir

Another cool farmhouse barn inspired design is this  layered farmhouse designed by San Francisco-based CCS Architecture.

Modern farmhouse designed by San Francisco-based CCS Architecture

This modern farm-house is two buildings, with one roof overlapping the other at staggered heights. Located in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California. Another cool feature is that the worn, weather-beaten facade is repurposed from a barn.

farmhouse design /CCS Architecture

The 2,800 sq. ft., house has a natural palette of concrete floors, wood, stone, and steel. CCS Architecture
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Dezeen

At last we want to show the Goodman house designed by Preston Scott Cohen Inc. via Arch Daily

Goodman house by architect Preston Scott Cohen

The Goodman house is located in the pastoral setting of Pine Plains, New York.

And for you wanting to have an update about the treehotel in Harads… the preparations are in full action.

The Mirror cube designed by Swedish architects Tham & Videgard Hansson will have a small kitchen, terrace, living area and sleeping area. Perfect place to stay in the treetops for a vacation, away from the hustle and bustle of crowded city life.

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