Here about Concrete and Wooden House features Mountain Views. Inspired by traditional cottages and stables, this structure works with the location of the village, but had many contemporary touches that bring it into the modern era. The house was divided visually by using contrasting materials – a band of concrete that surrounds the base, with a floor of wood-veneer top. Conventional flavoring this “village-style” house with some modern, the architects incorporated many of the large double-paned windows extending to the ceiling, providing a privileged viewpoint to take in the views breathtaking. The open-concept interior layout allows residents to enjoy the view from any point in the house, which serves as a family getaway weekend. This Concrete and Wooden House features Mountain Views is designed by Drexler Guinand Jauslin and perched high up in the Swiss Alps. Check this picture of Concrete and Wooden House features Mountain Views below.
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