Architect’s House in Salzburg

Welcome to this impressive architect’s house in Salzburg. Each room speaks its own design language and yet they merge into a harmonious overall picture.

Rustic oak flooring extends consistently throughout the home, creating a consistent foundation. This oak can also be found in the kitchen, where it was used for the ceiling design and the wooden surrounds.

An eye-catcher is the solid stone block made of shell limestone, which serves as a herb trough and at the same time brings a natural element into the interior.

Materials such as buffalo leather, raw steel, granite and dark gray lacquered fronts skilfully highlight the contemporary overall picture.

The dining area impresses with the conglomerate wall with extra strong oak compartments, leather paneling and a sideboard made of raw steel. The dining table itself impresses with its wild oak and raw steel finish, while the vintage leather chairs add a subtle nostalgia.

In the living room, a raw steel and oak shelf stands out, and a leather sliding door conceals the television, creating a tidy and elegant atmosphere.

Overall, this architect’s house in Salzburg exudes a unique mix of naturalness and modern design. It is a place of comfort, functionality and aesthetic sophistication. Welcome to a very special home.


Interior Designer: Michael Sendlhofer

Execution: Sendlhofer Carpentry


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