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.
such as a footlocker that doubles as a coffee table. If the things you need are stowed near where you use them it will be easier to access them and to put them back away later. Too many single men furnish their homes with items that were too big to fit in the dumpster behind the apartment complex. Don’t waste this opportunity. Create the man cave that your friends with partners dream about every night in their pink canopy beds.
The concrete finish over the kitchen and the structure of the main facade adds to the good looks with the structure exposed. In the master bedroom a large mobile surface-vertical façade opens to the rest of the house. The The Casa de la villa del Rey seems generous with openings and luminous transparency making it look even more imaginative.
France is home to many famous designers and Chalet Beranger located in St Martin de Belleville is just an illustration to back the statement. You would definitely agree with us as soon as you get to see this wonderful masterpiece.
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.
This stone house can be appreciated in its natural state – a residential construction that merges with the surroundings but features straight bold design lines easily recognizable from contemporary architecture. Surrounded by stone walls the interiors display an inviting atmosphere but keep a sober elegance and a minimalist interior design.
The Casa de la villa del Rey has been designed by architect and designer Carlos Teixeira — a well known writer and critic — who has managed to combine multiple fields of action with rare precision making the structure look awesome.