Flooring is done mostly with wood which helps retain a cool atmosphere inside all round the year. In addition to the basic amenities the house also has a blissful library a neatly furnished office room fireplace greenish bathroom and has plenty of space for all sort of sports.
The chalet extends to an area of 530 square meters and seems to be an ideal place for a family to live in. Design of this building doesn’t comply with that of other chalets you might have seen in many parts of Europe. Its interior is reminiscent of lives of our long aged ancestors who lived in constant contact with their environment.
The house sports the looks of a box that is slightly bent and fully transparent. The house reveals a careful and rigorous treatment of a bent and cut volume without dropping the elements of the charm. By day time you will get to see the landscape of the valley behind the house. The house includes four bedrooms dining room and a kitchen and also sports as many as six gardens.
This is a unique structure with a significant portion made to float above the ground. The environment surrounding this house is really calm and tranquil giving a wonderful view to the landscape lying ahead of it. The designers have intentionally selected large glass panels for windows and doors for unobstructed view to the surrounding greenery.
. If you have to choose between the fancy ruffled shower curtain with floral tiebacks designer hooks and liner and a single waterproof curtain that hangs from your shower rod go with the simplest option. It will be easier to install easier to clean and easier to use. Besides flounces and ruffles look pretty bad once they start to show even a little dirt or wear. Your simple one-piece curtain won’t look nearly as bad nearly as soon and once it starts showing too much wear you can replace it with another one.
Our advice; make sure you get to see this magnificent structure at least once. At the time of signing a contract with the renovation company the owners of the 1950s big old Mosi House never thought that their house could ever look as wonderful as it is now. In fact Nico van der Meulen Architects from South Africa simply did the unthinkable.
The Swiss architecture studio created two cubes emerging from the hill caressed by natural light on the inside through cavities and open courtyards. Extensive use of wood in furniture and window frames especially in the kitchen and bedroom soften the hard edges of the stone walls and warm up the atmosphere.