Chalet D / monovolume architecture + design and style
Textual content description furnished by the architects. Relaxation in the center of the Alps surrounded by picturesque mountains. This dream has become fact with Chalet D in the Austrian Alps. Chalet D was intended as a holiday getaway chalet together with a spa area, wherever numerous pleasant households can spend their holiday seasons alongside one another.
The up to date redesign breathes new everyday living into the present making and sets it in dialogue with its surroundings. Oakwood, dry stone walls, and uncovered beams give the chalet a common alpine flair. The wooden of the exterior regions was treated again to its original physical appearance.
Inside, the cross beams have been restored and designed obvious through darkish coloring. Large home windows supply distinctive sights of the surrounding mountains on every single flooring. Gentle oak wood and a lot of fireplaces build a heat natural environment and blue tones in the interior style are a nod to h2o – a central element of rest in the spa space.
Four spacious bedrooms with their very own lounge space and lavatory offer you chances to retreat and unwind on the best ground. A modern day kitchen area, as properly as a huge dining and spacious residing area on the middle ground, produce a convivial area for communal dwelling. A huge terrace invites guests to love breakfast outdoor, have barbecues or soak up the sunshine. On the lowest flooring of the residence, there is the spa spot. The use of gentle resources, delicate hues, and colourful LED lighting add flawlessly to rest.