Reconstructed Mountain Chalet in the South Tyrol Mountains

Reflective mountain portraits. PHOTO: CHRISTIAN Shaulina

Reflective mountain portraits. PHOTO: CHRISTIAN Shaulina

A fragment of the dining room, complete with hanging fireplace. PHOTO: CHRISTIAN Shaulina

A fragment of the dining room, complete with hanging fireplace. PHOTO: CHRISTIAN Shaulina

A clever reconstruction of a mountain home nestled in the South Tyrol mountains by sculptor and furniture designer Otmar Prenner. The artist built on the ruins of an old alpine farm of the XIV century. The structure, which was previously just a stone building with a living room, pantry and hayloft was carefully transformed into a luxurious mountain chalet. 

The clever design allows the inhabitants to enjoy mountains views from every room in the house, while the windows also offer reflective mountain portraits to be enjoyed from the outside. 

Photo - REGINA RECHT C/O AGENTUR NEUBAUER

Photo - REGINA RECHT C/O AGENTUR NEUBAUER

Photo - REGINA RECHT C/O AGENTUR NEUBAUER

Photo - REGINA RECHT C/O AGENTUR NEUBAUER

The office loft, complete with mountain views and one of the staircases Otmar built himself.  PHOTO: CHRISTIAN Shaulina

The office loft, complete with mountain views and one of the staircases Otmar built himself.  PHOTO: CHRISTIAN Shaulina

Photography courtesy of AD Magazine Russia.