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Anna Maria Fink

Amsterdam, Netherlands
Anna Maria Fink is a designer and independent researcher within the field of landscape. She studied landscape architecture in Austria and the Netherlands, graduating at the Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam. Anna strives to regain the connection between people and their living environment through narrative design.

Landscape as House


In search of a new form of topographic living in the Alps

Landscape as House


In search of a new form of topographic living in the Alps
'Landscape as House' is about animating a family's landscape by means of a fragmented house.
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Landscape as House is a personal exploration of what it means to live in landscape. It is an exemplary project finding new meaning within the seemingly ordinary rural landscape heritage of a mountain village.

The aim of this project is to renew the connection with the rural landscape of a family and create a personal space that leads to a new form of topographic living in the Bregenzerwald region in Austria. Topographic living means a life of constant interaction: an interplay between oneself and one's environment, between what is considered to be inside and outside, between building and landscape, and between that which is mine and that of others. This way of living leads to a new formation and gradual transformation of the cultural landscape of the Bregenzerwald. 'Topographic furnitures' create new relationships between domestic activities and the landscape that they inhabit.


Landscape as House


In search of a new form of topographic living in the Alps

Landscape as House


In search of a new form of topographic living in the Alps
'Landscape as House' is about animating a family's landscape by means of a fragmented house.
File under
Type of project
  • Practical problems

Landscape as House is a personal exploration of what it means to live in landscape. It is an exemplary project finding new meaning within the seemingly ordinary rural landscape heritage of a mountain village.

The aim of this project is to renew the connection with the rural landscape of a family and create a personal space that leads to a new form of topographic living in the Bregenzerwald region in Austria. Topographic living means a life of constant interaction: an interplay between oneself and one's environment, between what is considered to be inside and outside, between building and landscape, and between that which is mine and that of others. This way of living leads to a new formation and gradual transformation of the cultural landscape of the Bregenzerwald. 'Topographic furnitures' create new relationships between domestic activities and the landscape that they inhabit.



Idea by

Anna Maria Fink
Amsterdam
Netherlands
Anna Maria Fink is a designer and independent researcher within the field of landscape. She studied landscape architecture in Austria and the Netherlands, graduating at the Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam. Anna strives to regain the connection between people and their living environment through narrative design.