Nicole Jewell

Serene House of the Forest Owls Encourages Up Close Wildlife Observation

by , 12/02/13
filed under: Animals, Architecture, gallery



Bernd Riegger, house of the forest owls, arcitecture, cabins, wolfort, austria

The cabin, which cost $18,000 to build, is considered a peaceful, non-intrusive method of conducting an meaningful learning experience within “ecological contexts.” Accordingly, the large patio is equipped with many ledges in order to entice forest creatures of all types to share space within the wooden structure.

To enhance the observation experience from the interior, a singular bench and table face an immense horizontal window that allows environmentalists to never lose sight of their outdoor subjects.

+ Bernd Riegger

Via NotCot

Photos by Adolf Bereuter

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