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The Heinz Julen Loft in Zermatt, Switzerland

By Magaly Grosso


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The Heinz Julen Loft is the perfect refuge from the cold of the Swiss Alps in Zermatt, Switzerland.

Built by the local designer Heinz Julen, the loft is designed to provide any conceivable comfort with utter luxury.

The Heinz Julen Loft in Zermatt, Switzerland:

“This property is a 300m² Manhattan-style loft apartment, built by local star designer Heinz Julen in his own unique stye using steel, textured concrete, wood and large expanses of glass which flood the space with light. The Loft was formerly Julen’s private home where he hosted many legendary parties.

The sense of space, light and closeness to nature in the Loft is unparalleled. The walls on two sides overlooking the village consist of floor to ceiling glass with six-metre (nineteen feet) high French windows leading to a large terrace. The ceiling is supported by seven columns, while the glass walls have an inset fireplace and three alcoves. Electronically-controlled exterior blinds can be lowered to cover the glass walls and windows.

The main living area has a suspended illuminated table which can be raised and lowered as required or lifted completely out of the way to to ceiling height. There is a baby grand Steinway piano in one corner and a large sofa in front of a fireplace which is set into one of the glass walls. Other furniture, all designed by Julen himself, includes two desks, jack-in-the-box armchairs and a splendid chandelier.

A metal staircase leads up to the mezzanine level, which has a chill-out area with another sofa, TV, a free standing jacuzzi bath, a galley kitchen and dining alcove, a cantilevered bar area and a guest toilet. The mezzanine floor is made of opaque glass with subtle inset lighting.

Overlooking the main loft area are two double en-suite bedrooms, one above the other. Each bedroom has its own small bathroom with shower/WC and a balcony. The third master bedroom is very private with its own landing and features an island bed on a rotating floor, sofa and TV, a walk-in wardrobe, a free-standing bath with wood-slatted massage cover, his and her sinks, a separate shower room and WC.

Both levels of the Loft are served by a private elevator. Access to the property is two minute walk form the top of the Hotel Omnia lifts, which deliver you to the centre of Zermatt, in the main street close to the church.”

Photos courtesy of Alpine Guru

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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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