Houses on a complex landscape are always interesting. Unexpected spaces inside, an interesting façade, spectacular views of the house and out the windows.
In this house, anthracite stone was taken, which in other cases looks like a dark spot on the façade. Here, however, it was complemented by even darker, blacker panels, and the stone revealed its rich texture.
Wooden window frames look great on black, becoming almost orange details of the facade.
"Faded" look of wood shingles, similar to the spruce bark of the trees around it.
Steps and boulders - the architect seems to "carve" the house out of the landscape. As you climb up to the house, the wilderness becomes an inhabited space.
A very non-standard color of the windboard and roof lining is gray. Thus, the accent becomes not the outline of the house, but its complex volumetric structure.