Architects packed five levels into this ‘two story’ alpine home in Germany
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Architects Christine Arnhard and Markus Eck built Holzhaus am Auerbach, a charming alpine retreat with a surprising interior in Upper Bavaria, Germany. The rentable holiday home may look like a traditional two-story home from the outside, but the timber-clad house actually comprises five different levels. The use of split-levels allows the architects to minimize partition walls and create an open and light-filled interior.