Winter is here to stay and with the low temperatures, we all look for the perfect Winter Getaways. Today our blog presents you with 5 of the coziest chalets located in remote spots. Stay tuned and find you’re ideal Winter Getaway!
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Casa Sur Ual | Switzerland
by Christian Müller
Christian, a Dutch architect, had the incredible job to split this 350-year-old building into two apartment. Challenged with modernizing and making the structure adaptable for future generations, Müller combined raw concrete with distressed wood for the interior.
North Pamet Ridge House | US
by Hammer Architects
This family weekend home by Hammer Architects is located within a hilltop woodland clearing in Cape Cod, proving that not all chalets are in snowy locations. Floor-to-ceiling glazing wraps around three walls of the home, providing the residents with scenic views of the forest in all seasons.
Troll Hus | US
by Mork-Ulnes Architects
The interiors feature modern Scandinavian-style furniture and a lighter colored timber, to make the space feel welcoming and bright.
Laurent Ski Chalet | Canada
by Robitaille Curtis
This ski chalet designed by Canadian firm Robitaille Curtis offers panoramic views of the region. The home is among the highest in the Laurentian Mountains, standing at an elevation of 2,435 feet (742 meters) above sea level.
Mountain House | France
by Studio Razavi
French practice Studio Razavi designed this home to blend in with the traditional chalets of the French skiing region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes. Overhangs on the front facade help to protect the base of the building from snow accumulation.
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