Euskadi is one of the most beautiful regions of northern Spain. Located in the province of Gipuzkoa, the winter lodge sits in the mountains of the reservoir Urkulu Urtegia.
With lush nature and beautiful basque hamlets this shire was referred in the local language as the place of the big oak trees. In this lucky environment, the winter lodge stands out as an updated version of the Case Study House #13 by Richard J. Neutra.
Sit back and relax while watching the film about the architecture qualities and surroundings.
Toggle the furniture and finishes while walking through the building with total freedom.
Developed for PC
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Created with Unreal
A graphic engine that speeds up development and improves visual fidelity.
Multiple options at your fingertips
Professionally precise, Winter Lodge allows you to change the furniture. You can choose from the classics by Vitra, Cassina or the fantastic lamps by Flos and Arco Collection. Most of them provided by Dimensiva.
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