The Tirol House in Dolomiti, Italy is designed by architectural designer Stephen Tsymbaliuk. The house is half cut into the landscape on one side, on the other side it is fully glazed with windows of the maximum size. Part of the roof is also glazed, glazing continues from the facade to the roof. Most of the roof is engineered for the infinity edge pool, in the middle of the pool there is a small round terrace on which there is a table for romantic dinners.
The entrance to the garage of the house is a concrete tunnel covered with a layer of soil with plants, which emphasizes integration with nature. Leaving the glass garage overlooking the living room and the Italian Alps. The floor of the house is equipped with many niches for large trees formed in the bonsai style, which again emphasizes the unity with nature and the transition of the exterior into the interior. The open space ends with a round warm swimming pool that can be used all year round.