m architecture, minimal home, wooden home, 14 house façades, boxy design, sustainable local wood

m architecture‘s Thuin house is a modern wooden dwelling that fuses high-quality materials with economical design strategies. Its boxy design consists of a series of interconnected cubes clad in locally sourced wood planks. Its main entrance — on one of its many facades — has an entryway made from recycled shipping pallets that gives the home an easy, relaxed feel.

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Geometric windows frame the leafy exteriors while allowing lots of daylight to fill every corner. The home’s brilliant interiors are also made from sustainably sourced wood and furnished with a good mix of both modern and antique furniture. Simple, sustainable and flexible, this contemporary cabin-like home can be easily expanded with additional boxes if the family grows in size.

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