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Jan Skuratowski Architecture Remodels a 1980s Home in Möhlin, Switzerland

By Magaly Grosso


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This new single family home is actually an annex built into an existing structure dating back to the 1980s. It was designed by Jan Skuratowski Architecture in 2016, covers an area of 217 m2, and is located in Möhlin, Switzerland.

Its exterior, with walls lined with slabs of wood, presents us with a rustic façade; however, the glass walls in the posterior side of the home add a more current touch to the structure.

Exterior view of the annex from the main house

Its terrace, with wooden floors, makes a tour around most of the house, giving us incredible and beautiful views from different fronts. Privileged that we are, we can enjoy those pleasant views, since the annex is built on a small hillside which gives us a height advantage over the surroundings.

Annex, wooden walls

Annex with stairs that lead to the garden and glass walls
Terrace with wooden floors and chain-link wall

Inside, the beautiful veined light-wood floors are highlighted by the light that flows in through the glass doors, creating a space that is clear and pleasing to the senses.

Interior of the house with wooden floors and glass walls

The black and white kitchen of minimalist lines seems almost hidden in a corner of the house.

Minimalist kitchen in white with black countertop
Wooden stairs

Lastly, the stairs that lead us to the second level are fully lined in wood and are accompanied by a chain-link mesh. Already upstairs, the wood continues to be the main protagonist as we find it in floors and ceiling in a pleasant space.

External view of the annex from the main house

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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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