Contemporary Half-timbered houses, namely the so-called technology, it is built this house in a suburb of St. Petersburg, developed in the 60’s of last century. Outwardly, the modern fachwerk, of course, resembles the traditional, but essentially it is an entirely new ideology, new style. The absence of typical ancient buildings of the diagonal elements (bracing) and the emergence of energy-efficient insulating glass units made it possible to simulate the volume in a modern way: regular geometrical shape, tending to a large, open spaces, continuous glazing. Glass facades make transparent house, the landscape becomes one with the interior. The supporting structure is made at home in today’s Half-timbered houses from glued beams and glass. This technology is based on the traditions of classical Half-timbered houses, but rethought from the perspective of today. The customer chose this house, we can say the most interesting option with all glazed facades. This decision involves the appropriate style of life, when you want to move away from the hustle and bustle of city life, to be alone with nature. These homes tend to be large areas require privacy. But this is not a dogma. With the help of the landscape can beat the situation so that even with a relatively small area of land there will complete the illusion that the house is located in the forest. Company OSKO-HAUS built in Russia for about fifteen houses, although each project is unique, in any of them is tradition. First and foremost, it is a single space living-dining room-kitchen, open nature, the presence of a large area of the second light. Since the plot is located in a wooded area on the banks of the picturesque river, away from the settlements, the customer wanted the house was as open as possible. Therefore all fronts here with panoramic windows. It was very impressive, especially at night when the lights went on, the building is lit from all sides. The house consists of two volumes: the main two-storey, connected by galleries, a gym with a single-storey, which is a swimming pool, Turkish bath and shower. Composition of public areas for traditional projects OSKO-HAUS – a single, viewed space living-dining room-kitchen. In addition, on the ground floor is the office, home theater, dressing room and guest bathroom. Second floor – private rooms: family room, master bedroom with its walk-in closet and bathroom, three children with a common dressing room, bathroom and bathroom. As for the interior, it is minimalism – the style most appropriate architecture of the house.