Studio m architecture recently built this minimal dwelling that rests upon the leafy terrain in Thuin, Belgium. Its design is simple, flexible and economical, and its warm wooden interiors are filled with natural light that comes in from all angles. Built from interconnected wooden boxes, this unique geometric home has a total of 14 different facades.
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.
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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