You would think that beautiful things take a long time to create, but that is certainly not the case with the Photographer’s House by Hungarian firm T2.a Architects—this stunning structure took just two days to built.
Located in a forest outside of Budapest, it was constructed for Zsolt Batar, a photographer friend of architect Bence Turanyi—made with prefabricated and cross-laminated timber panels, it could be put together very easily and quickly.
Featuring a multitude of windows for ample natural lighting, it consists of two floors and contains a lounge, a dining room, two bedrooms and bathroms.
The wood-clad interiors create a cozy atmosphere in both warm and cold weather—the large windows also offer residents a splendid view of the surrounding woodland.
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