Without the necessary of an expensive planning, calculations or building materials, it is only the idea of the piled timber beams to reach ambitious architecture, nevertheless an economically alternative to the finished products from the hardware store.
Taking the traditional wooden houses of the local region as a starting point, the architect set about designing a structure that could be built entirely from timber. With the help of a friend, he constructed the shed by stacking narrow planks of pale spruce wood and using only nails to join the walls, floors and roof.
The Wooden Cube, Upper Palatinate, Bavaria, Germany
Program: goat barn
Architects: Kühnlein Architektur