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 exteriors appear to have well separated from interior compared to contemporary western houses. The Mop house has got enough space to contain a family of four or five. Seems to offer a wonderful visual treat once you set your eyes on this contemporary residence.
The glass wall that separates the exterior from the living space offers unobstructed views of the scenery lying close to the location of this magnificent house. The designers have given due weightage to decorations interior and exterior both alike. The living room gets a wonderful blend of differently-colored lighting together with leather furniture and grey fur on the floor.
The owner’s demand was to create an urban touch to this age-old house and the architects started working on the single- storey residence with four bedrooms. Initially they divided the entire area into private and public spaces separated by a fairly large pool. A long bridge serves as the connection between public and private spaces.
A wooden deck is stretched from the street through the entrance and extends up to the garden at the back. The living room has a double height roof and is located in the intermediate spaces. The huge glass walls that surround the living room allow for an unobstructed view to beautiful surroundings.
The ground floor is occupied by the living spaces and kitchen while the second floor shelters the private areas- bedrooms and bathrooms. A rooftop garden completes the green space in the garden and offers a modern eco-friendly feature.
The interiors are reached via a small entrance adorned with a fully glazed two story wall overlooking the back garden. Here a flight of stairs leads to the first floor – where copper-clad storage space on one side of the long corridor ensures an uncluttered residential space.