Chalet D / monovolume architecture + layout
Text description presented by the architects. Relaxation in the center of the Alps surrounded by picturesque mountains. This dream has turn into actuality with Chalet D in the Austrian Alps. Chalet D was developed as a holiday break chalet like a spa space, the place a number of helpful family members can devote their holidays collectively.
The modern day redesign breathes new life into the existing developing and sets it in dialogue with its environment. Oakwood, dry stone walls, and exposed beams give the chalet a regular alpine flair. The wooden of the exterior places was treated back again to its unique visual appeal.
Within, the cross beams have been restored and produced noticeable through dark coloring. Huge windows offer unique sights of the surrounding mountains on each individual floor. Mild oak wood and several fireplaces produce a warm atmosphere and blue tones in the inside design are a nod to h2o – a central ingredient of relaxation in the spa location.
Four roomy bedrooms with their personal lounge space and toilet present alternatives to retreat and take it easy on the leading flooring. A modern kitchen area, as effectively as a big eating and roomy living location on the center flooring, generate a convivial house for communal residing. A big terrace invitations company to get pleasure from breakfast outdoors, have barbecues or soak up the solar. On the most affordable ground of the house, there is the spa area. The use of gentle products, gentle colors, and colorful LED lights lead beautifully to leisure.