Two rural villas with three apartments each have been built high above the Trattnachtal. The two houses are embedded horizontally and vertically in relation to each other in the south-facing slope. The common entrance level – the filigree flight roof construction – is located on a plateau in the slope. The buildings were built using a mixed construction method, all components not in contact with the ground are ecologically sensible and made of wood. The generous wooden windows facing the landscape and the high-quality wooden floors inside create a homely atmosphere. Each apartment has assigned, intimate open spaces, the individual floor plans are bright and flooded with light. Living at the vineyard offers an appealing alternative to conventional living.