Wooden Mountain House in Swiss Alps from Drexler Guinand Jauslin

In the cold of Swiss Alps, a wooden and concrete mountain house built by architecture firm Drexler Guinand Jauslin. In particular, the love for its rustic look, wood, and suddenly released, roof tin roof peeks through the snow-covered slope. Inspired by traditional farms and barns, this structure works with the village environment, but many modern touches that give the modern era. The cabin was broken with visually contrasting materials – a group of concrete around the base, covered the top floor of the wood. Normal taste of this “villa cottage with a small amount of modern style, the architect installed a lot of large windows, double glazing enhance the roof line, which enjoy a privileged view of the breathtaking view. The concept of open plan allows residents to enter view from anywhere cabin, which serves as a family enjoy the weekend.[source]

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