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Mountain Cabin Design – Concrete and Wood Architecture

Perched high up in the Swiss Alps, this mountain cabin design by architecture firm Drexler Guinand Jauslin is the essence of the “mountain chalet.” We particularly love its rustic, timber exterior and steeply pitched, shingled tin roof peeking over the snow-covered hillside. Inspired by traditional countryside houses and stables, this structure works with its village setting but still boasts lots of contemporary touches that bring it into the modern era. The cabin was visually broken up using contrasting materials – a band of concrete encircling the base, with a wood-clad upper floor. Flavoring this conventional “village-style” cabin with some modern flair, the architects incorporated lots of large, double-glazed windows stretching right up to the roofline, providing a prime vantage point to take in the breathtaking vistas. The interior open-concept layout lets the residents enjoy the view from any point in the cabin, which serves as a
weekend family getaway.
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