House Lindetal designed by AFF Architekten is a holiday house that reveals itself as a place of retreat in the manageable context of the rural settlement in Lidental, Germany.
Formed from a concrete base, the building goes up from the floor slab into wall and stair elements, dividing it into two different connected areas. A wooden framework is a supporting structure, made of pine with a ring of thresholds and joined in careful carpentry-like joinery with iron-free wood connections. This way is done according to strict craftsmanship rules.
This house is also formed from local building materials as a radical consequence of the abandonment of panel materials from the woodworking industry, and these materials come from the surrounding sawmills. The ensemble of the temporary production facility is completed by the wood storage and a joinery area while the obsessive designing and building with wood enable high-quality construction.
The house building appears like a barn from the outside than a residential house while its homogeneity looks like monochrome graphite. This house also developed from what already exists and fits into the former gap in the area of the village. The supporting structure is designed as a wooden frame ane the choice of this material means that there is no chemical wood protection.