Text description provided by the architects. The wooden cube, reduced to the necessaries, should be a positive example for agricultural buildings integrating the free landscape around it. With its archaic appearance, the goat barn is situated on a flank in the southern Oberpfalz, a part of Bavaria, Germany.
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.
With this building, the traditional block construction, in the past usual in the region, meets a new interpretation.
Fascinated by the proposal of captivating simplicity, the project is prized with the Bavarian timber award “Holzbaupreis Bayern 2014”