Home in the Swiss Alps, designed by JM Architects, is covered in smooth dark grey tiles, complementing the warm yellow glow it eminates after dark. Sleek and subtle, this one-storey building creates drama in its simplest form.
This chalet in Switzerland is the latest project by London-based firm Studioilse. “A family home away from home buried deep in the Swiss Alps with a spectacular view. We worked closely with the clients to create the chalet of their dreams. Using a warm palette of natural materials, layers of textile and generous, comfortable furniture, the mood can adapt with ease from entertaining a party to more quiet hibernation.”
Refugi Lieptgas designed by Swiss practice Nickisch Sano Walder Architekten.
An existing alpine log cabin was deconstructed to create a framework for this concrete hideaway with the same footprint and form as its predecessor. Situated in Flims, in the Swiss Alps, the 40-square-metre house known as ‘Concrete Cabin’ replaces an aged log cabin to provide a small holiday home.