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Berkeley, CA (1968) © Richard Friedman
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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cjwho:

Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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cjwho:

Wood Shingled Austrian Mountain House with Sloped Walls called Ufogerl | via
High in the mountains of Austria, this wood clad house in East Tyrol is certainly a far cry from tradition. Dubbed the Ufogel, this unusual home features a timber-shingled facade and an irregular shape that leaves you wondering where the roof ends and walls begin. The wood spills inside this cabin design, where walls, ceilings, floors and furnishings all echo “earth.” Of course, with these breathtaking mountain vistas framed by the strategically places windows, nature is always a focal point.
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Sunset on the Streets of Rome || by: Zach Dischner
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