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Town House with Wonderful Interiors

By • Mar 27, 2018

This wonderful stone-walled town house with high wooden ceilings is located in the area of Drafi, Attica, in the northern suburbs of Athens, Greece. The mountainous area is full of pine trees, as well as wonderful views over the green hills that surround it.

Front view with parking area
Side view with stone wall

The terrain of almost 20 meters had a slope that was a challenge for the architects, who adapted to the landscape and designed a modern house with a butterfly roof. This inevitably led to a 2-level design adapting to the inclination and fluctuations of the topology. Two different blocks, facing north and west, sit on different levels and join in the middle with a wedge-shaped volume that forms the entrance and vertical circulation that leads to the main spaces of the house.

Entrance
Back garden with pool

The interior, with 9-meter-high ceilings, pleasantly surprises visitors, and the wonderful views through the glass walls will leave them speechless.

Wonderful interior with high ceilings and fireplace in stone wall

The four basic walls of the house are covered with stone, to look as if they were coming through the ground, connected to the exposed wooden ceiling only through a series of triangular aluminum windows. The butterfly roof, which reverses the conventional tilted-roof icon, allows natural light to enter through those tall windows at the back of the building.

Living room with wooden floors and stone and glass walls
Living room with high ceilings and wonderful views to the outside
Large wooden kitchen
Dining room in thick wood
Office area with views through the glass walls
Stairs with black railings
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Traditional Structure With a Veranda on a Roof

By • Mar 27, 2018

Studio Course, an Indian architectural firm based in Pune, has completed this project, an exploration of the traditional structure of a home in Maharashtra, India, a so called Veranda on a Roof. It was added to the roof of a twelve storey building, and serves as a transitional space between a public and private area, or between a house and a street.

Interior view from the terrace
Barbecue area on the terrace

When Studio Course designed this veranda, they designed it as a space to keep the family in mind, and for it to serve as a special place to be added to a home and which would revolve around books, food, and plants. As such, it houses a library and a pantry, their spaces rich and warm, and the perfect mixture between rustic and elegant through the use of polished concrete and wooden surfaces, as well as thick wooden ceiling beams. Textiles serve to add touches of color through the space, giving it an extra hint of vibrancy.

Barbecue area with wooden furniture
Wooden desk area and chair in colorful textile
Interior with both floor and walls in concrete
Wooden furniture with decorative ornaments
Floating stairs in dark wood
Concrete walls and wooden ceiling with beams

One enters the space through a wooden staircase after leaving a living room below. This staircase was previously encased by walls which were torn down in order to open up the space and brighten it up. This has also eased the communication between the two spaces, allowing them to engage in a dialogue.

Wooden stairs and golden railings
Wooden stairs and golden railings
Night view of the terrace with furniture
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A Ruined Fisherman’s House has been Converted into a Home Full of Natural Light

By • Mar 26, 2018

This home is located in a charming fishing village on the left bank of the Tagus River, in the area of Trafaria, Lisbon, Portugal. At 100 years old, it’s no surprise to learn that this house was previously in ruins, as the construction was very poor, made with easily available materials: sand, mud, stones, shells, small pieces of pottery, wood, etc.

Main façade in white

The architectural firm Ines Brandão Arquitectura, under the direction of its architects, Henrieta Selcova and Joao Aires Neves, set to work in 2017. Their plan was to completely transform this 204 square meter area into a space full of natural light, with a clear connection to the outside area, trying to preserve the original image of this building at all times. They sought to maintain its identity, adapting it to the needs of the current owners: a young family, consisting of a couple with a baby.

Back with wooden terrace
Garden area with wooden floors
Interior with wooden floors
Living room with gray sofa
Modern kitchen designed in white with wooden floors
Storage area in the kitchen
Wooden detail in modern white kitchen
Comfortable kitchen and full of natural light

The aim of the clients was to obtain a multifunctional home: a holiday home and a short-term rental in the present and a home where they would like to live in the future.
The ground floor of the main building was designed with the aim of creating wide and fluid spaces, with the living room and kitchen regarded as key elements, separated only by the volume of the staircase. The old garage was converted into an independent suite, to be used by guests.

Modern dining room in white and wood
Living-dining area full of natural light
Stairs in white and wood
Stairs with storage area
Stairs with storage area at its base
Room with storage area
Modern studio area
Room with wooden floors
Double room with simple furniture
Double room
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Wonderful Remodeling of an Apartment Overlooking the River

By • Mar 22, 2018

Upon laying eyes on the modern interior of this renovated apartment that they are standing in an old building from the 20th Century. This is thanks to the extensive remodeling work that was undertaken largely during the 80s, where the building was completely refurbished.

Terrace with wonderful views of the river

The apartment is divided into two different levels: the first, an ordinary residence area; the second, a scarcely-used terrace area above the first, where an informal storage area was built. The intervention reverses the detachment between these two levels and attempts to unite the internal and external areas of the apartment.

Cozy living room with fireplace and wooden floors

The architectural firm Arriba, under the direction of its architects José Andrade Rocha and Filipe Ferreira, was in charge of carrying out the 115 square meter project, which is located in Dom Vasco, Lisbon, Portugal.

Kitchen area with wooden staircase in the center

The proposal reorganizes the spaces of the apartment, empties the terrace, and uses the height of the roof of the uninhabited attic, exposing the structure of the roof and the atmosphere of an old building. The social space now includes the kitchen, while the private spaces meet at the back of the apartment.

The wooden staircase is the organizing element: an integral piece of the apartment that establishes the entrance, the kitchen, and the living room, giving access to the terrace that overlooks the river where you can enjoy the sun.

Kitchen with marble counter
Dining area and kitchen with wooden floors and white beamed ceiling
Wooden stairs
Door leading to the terrace
View of the apartment from the stairs
Cozy room in wood and white
Bathroom decorated in white
Study area overlooking the river
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Concrete House with a Simple and Elegant Interior

By • Mar 22, 2018

This house, occupying a space of roughly 360 square meteres, appears strong and rough on the exterior. However, its interior surprises us kindly with a set of wide, bright, and warming spaces. It is located in Sanfins, Portugal, and the design was made in 2017 by the architectural firm Pedro Henrique.

Concrete facahada

Located in a rural context, but close to the historical and central center of Santa Maria da Feira, the project is developed from the recovery of an existing stone house and the construction of a new concrete body. These two structures are interconnected by a wooden structure and wide openings, merging as one the interior and exterior.

Concrete house surrounded by green spaces

The entrance of the house is the central and intermediate point of distribution that relates the two floors. The upper floor, dedicated to the private spaces of the home, we can see two areas of differing make: the first space, of concrete walls, consists of the children’s bedrooms and bathrooms, whilst the second space, of stone walls, consists of the parents’ bedrooms. Meanwhile, the lower floor is destined to all the social areas and bathrooms.

Interior garden
Living room with wooden floors and ceilings
White living room with black fireplace
Kitchen made in white with wood
White kitchen with wooden floors and ceilings

Inside, we are surprised by the materials with which it has been designed, we can observe a  simple white color on the walls and floors, accompanied by a wooden ceiling. This creates a unique contrast full of elegance and warmth where simplicity is valued.

Corridor with wooden ceilings and glass walls
Wooden dining room
Wooden stairs
Interior with concrete walls
Stairs with views
Room with glass walls
Room in white and wood
Triple room with wooden floors and ceilings
Triple room in white
Wood bathroom
Night view of the exterior with glass walls
Exterior view during night hours
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Concrete House with a Simple Design Made for a Young Family

By • Mar 19, 2018

This fabulous house, the exterior of which is made mostly out of concrete and glass, has been designed by the architects Kate Fitzpatrick and Benjamin Stibbard, part of the team at the architectural firm Auhaus Architecture. The home is located in the city of Torquay, in Australia, and it covers a total ground area of 341 square meters. It was completed in 2015.

Facade of concrete and glass walls

The material with which the design was made was dealt with in a very natural way, accepting both its inherent strengths and shortcomings. The control of innate imperfections to the material was abandoned, leaving the surfaces untreated. Paired with natural hardwood, the house is elementary and raw, but nonetheless warm and inviting. In short, it is the perfect home for a young family.The site is narrowly bounded on both sides by volume building houses.

Main facade with concrete walls and translucent screen

The design itself is simple: a procession of spaces into which visitors enter from the street through a portal in the concrete wall. A small green courtyard is the starting point, an anteroom to the softer interior parts of the house. Upon entering, the house opens into a double-height gallery, with glass on one side to reveal the large central courtyard.

Interior of the garden area
Bright interior with white metal stairs
Living room with concrete wall and a large fireplace
Modern kitchen in concrete
Modern bedroom with concrete wall and glass doors
Bathroom in concrete and marble
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Apartment with An Industrial Touch in London

By • Mar 19, 2018

This apartment with a stark industrial style is located along the Regents Canal in Islington, London, England, in the United Kingdom. The project consisted of transforming an old family home into a contemporary home, which would be energy efficient and have comfortable spaces.

Upper floor with fireplace

The architect Nicholas Szczepaniak, from the architectural firm Nicholas Szczepaniak Architects, was in charge of the project, which was completed in the year 2017.

Wall of the upper floor in glass that allows the entrance of natural light
Interior of the area covered with wood

The project consisted of a complete remodeling of the three-story property, which covers an area of 163 square meters, including the replacement and expansion of an existing conservatory on the roof to transform it from an unusable storage room into a contemporary living space that can be used throughout the year — and with an outdoor terrace to boot.

Living room with brick wall painted in white

The approach all across the project was to use materials of moderate price, and to add value through meticulous and elaborate details and care during the execution.

Inspired by the old industrial use of the building, the palette of materials incorporates raw and uncovered finishes, such as the original concrete, which contains the marks where the walls were located while the building was used as a factory. In contrast to this, elements such as the kitchen and accessories are done in warm colors and with a texture to create a unique palette of materials and, as a result, a contemporary and cozy atmosphere.

Living room with sofa in deep blue
Small rest area connected to the terrace
Relaxation area with glass doors
Terrace with furniture
Small bathroom in dark tones
View of the terrace from the inside
Kitchen in industrial style
Industrial style windows
Window details
Kitchen countertop in polished concrete
Dining room in wood and black
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A Simple Solution that Offered More Privacy to the Inhabitants of this House

By • Mar 13, 2018

This project is based on the need to create a new connection between the bedrooms of an existing house, as the structure only allowed some rooms to be access by going through others, which kept the owners from inviting guests, as this distribution prevented them from preserving a modicum of privacy.

View of the front facade of the house

The initial project also included a new independent space of two levels that worked as an apartment with living room, bedroom, bathroom, and a small kitchen.

White side wall with wide glass window

The most viable solution was to create a curve that connects the old house and the new space, forming a new circulation, a route that is compressed and expanded as one moves through it. The intersection of this line with the preexisting one provided a lateral access to the residence and, therefore, some internal changes in the layout of the bedroom and the bathroom that were completely reformulated. Here, locally produced materials were used to remodel it in a contemporary way.

Side garden full of green plants

It is located in the Valle de Bravo, State of Mexico, Mexico in a beautiful natural environment, and covers an area of ​​58 square meters.

The architectural firm LANZA Atelier was in charge of the restructuring, and the architectural team was made up by Isabel Abascal, Alessandro Arienzo, Alejandro Márquez, and Jessica Hernández.

 

Interior corridor with white walls
Rear terrace
Entrance to the interior hall
Hallway with white brick walls
Bedroom with terrace and internal bathroom
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Fantastic Renovation of a Holiday Home that Now Looks Cozy

By • Mar 12, 2018

This old building, dating back to 1870, has been recently remodeled by the firm Renovation, Design & Interior: Stefaan Van Dyck & Kathleen Cassiers, in the city of Antwerp, Belgium. The remodeling, which began in 2016, ended just a year later in 2017, resulting in a spectacular job full of good taste.

Narrow, cobbled street where the old building is located

The restoration was based mostly on the original elements such as oak wood ceilings, old mosaic floor and some of the characteristic wooden stairs. The street on which it is located is picturesque and very famous for its fashion, culture, diamonds and chocolate.

Wonderful spacious and cozy lounge area
Living room with fireplace
Living room with decorative details
Living room with decorative details in rustic style
Modern leather chair in the living room

It has five floors that can only be accessed by stairs and where up to 10 people can be accommodated.

On the ground floor there is a private cafe-bistro style dining room and a kitchen with plenty of modern appliances, while the cozy living room with a fireplace and a sophisticated flat screen TV is located on the third floor.

The rooms are located on the first, second and last floor. The rooms on the first and second floor have two bunk beds, plus the extra-large double bed. All rooms have a large hanging area of ​​open cupboards and shelves as well as bathroom and toilet.

Area of sofa with brick wall
Modern and spacious kitchen
Dining area between rustic and modern
Dining area with rustic walls
Dining area with a combination of new and old details
Room in a very modern and cozy style
Bed made in levels
Room full of natural light
Room with a large number of beds
Black metal ladder leading to the upper beds
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A Restaurant in Nashville, Tennessee with a Marked South Beach Miami Art Deco Style

By • Mar 12, 2018

This modern and elegant restaurant is located in the city of Nashville, Tennessee, in the United States. Its design, the work of architectural firm Design, Bitches, evokes the “old school of Miami” in a new setting, this restaurant in Nashville, using pastel colors and lots of natural light, transforming the space from dark to bright.

Modern cork covered bar

To achieve this, the opaque facade was replaced by an extension of glass, and the other part of the ceiling was raised so that the windows could allow more light to flow inside.

Coral seat with pink marble tables
Round tables with pink marble base
Hanging lamps in white
Details
Design of an octopus on the wall
Tall seats on the bar

The aesthetic that unites the different sections of the long space goes back to the colors and art styles found in South Beach, Miami.

In the front, a bench with coral-colored upholstery in a royal style is accompanied by a row of small tables topped with pink Tennessee marble. These face the bar, which is cork-covered around the base and topped by a marble counter.

The white lamps hang from the ceiling, while the shelves have a gold mirror in the back to reflect the liquor bottles. The same tinted mirror is used on the walls along the narrow space, where the informal seating gives way to the leather-covered cabins along the wall.

Hallway with tables and bar on one side
Hallway with tables and bar on one side
Private area with wooden table and chairs
Dining area with wooden furniture
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House with Wonderful Natural Surroundings Perfectly Integrated to the Interior

By • Mar 7, 2018

This wonderful house, with an interior space occupying 250 square meters, is located in an area of large green areas in Itatiba, a city near the capital of São Paulo. It was built as an investment plan by a couple of clients looking for a house full of light and with natural ventilation.

Wonderful view of the green exterior gardens
Internal garden with lounge views

In this large area of 1,150 square meters, the architectural studio Rassini Arquitetura developed this marvelous project. Inspired by the Mies Van Der Rohe Pavilion, located in the city of Barcelona, the architect large glass panels. These contribute heavily to the flow of natural light. Additionally, natural vegetation is present in all of the rooms of the home. In addition to this, the residence brings another premise requested by the owners: the integration between internal and external environments. For them, the house had to be clear and comfortable, neither small nor large, easy to maintain, and built with high-finish materials.

View of the pool area from the garden

The architect Felipe Rassini got to work and presented a first solution to the client, a 6x3m module and from it, the living room, dining room, kitchen and bedrooms arose.

Pool with wooden terrace
Covered grill area
Modern living room full of light
Living room with glass walls

All of the home’s environments were arranged in such a way that natural light could always be the protagonist.
After verifying the construction, the couple, that until then had focused on using the house as an investment, decided to keep it as their property.

Salon with views
Living room with wonderful wooden ceiling
Living room with direct exit to the garden
Living-dining area full of natural light
Modern dining room
Modern dining room
Kitchen area with island
Minimalist style kitchen in wood
Room with glass walls
White bathroom with wood
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Family Winery Open to the Vineyards and the Valley

By • Mar 7, 2018

This modern structure of open spaces and full of natural light was designed by the architectural firm LEVER Architecture, led by its architects Thomas Robinson, Michael Gross, and Scott Miller, in the city of Newberg, Oregon, United States, in 2016.

External view of the building and its sloping roofs

This new family-owned winery had the objective of creating a kind of tasting room that would reflect the family’s approach to winemaking. Inspired by the wide oak trees native to Oregon that populate the valley, two cantilevered roof structures intertwine at the point of arrival in the tasting room.

External view
Details of the wooden ceiling with beams
Entrance with glass door
Detail of the wooden beams of the roof
Interior of the living-dining room and kitchen area integrated in the same space

The public space opens to the vineyard and valley to the north, south and east with a structural system of wood and glass. Two large sliding doors centered in the bar of the tasting room take the vineyard into space, but also serve as a passive cooling system in the summer when used with the openings in the upper window.

The interior presents a discreet and simple approach made of polished concrete, exposed wood and a modern fireplace made of concrete, as well as glass walls that allow the interior to melt with the outside or vice versa in an attempt to keep them connected.

Modern living room with concrete fireplace
Internal area with glass walls
Night view of the modern glass wall structure
Terrace area with fireplace
Night view of the terrace
View of the house between the vineyards
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Magnificent Remodeling of a Temporary Rental Apartment in Valencia, Spain

By • Mar 6, 2018

This house of 80 square meters was designed in 2017 by the architects Joaquin Juberías and Víctor Cano Ciborro in the city of Valencia, in Spain.The purpose of said property was to serve as a rental space. Due to environment required for activities linked with long summers rather than day-to-day living, this project became a property that directly deals with those issues, resulting in a space that focuses on a lively and uniquely active lifestyle. That is why they have created changing spaces that may surprise the temporary inhabitant, and that may be useful during the usually short period of their stay.

Minimalist style kitchen in white with mirror wall
Kitchen area with Master Bedroom at the far end

Located in a particularly old building complex, with beautiful staircases with contoured railings and vaulted ceilings of old bricks, a striking contrast was created in the modern interior, where the old red brick walls, clashing marvelously with the white used both on walls and in the furniture.

Kitchen area with bedroom door closed

We can clearly perceive the effects produced by the reflection in the mirror or by the sensation produced by the bathroom, designed with a green-colored ceramic, with a brightness that thoroughly spreads throughout the different spaces. This is also accompanied by actions such as opening enormous doors, or climbing a light–metal staircase that expands our spatial perception.

Stairs with vaulted ceilings
Dining area with modern white table
Dining area and living room in white with brick walls
Bedroom with wooden floors and brick walls
Bedroom with closet doors with mirrors
Closet doors with mirrors
Modern bedroom
Modern bedroom with internal bathroom
Modern bathroom in white and gray
Bathroom with ceramic in green
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Hotel in China for Those who Enjoy Contact With Nature

By • Mar 6, 2018

This hotel, located in the town of Deqing Xian, Huzhou, Zhejiang, China, has an area of ​​1491 square meters. It was designed in 2017 by the architectural firm Naturalbuild under the direction of its architecture professionals Yanfei Shui, Yichi Su, Yuanrong Ma, Dan Deng and Hanhua Xu. It is tucked into the southwest corner of a silkworm farm previously owned by the state in Yucun, Moganshan, Zhejiang province.

Back of the hotel overlooking the creek
Main entrance of white wall and sloping wooden roof

The design is limited and also motivated by both the dynamic present and unpredictable perspectives. The strategy of interiorizing the landscape not only establishes a gesture of defense against the unfavorable conditions of the environment, but also converts the saturated interior space into part of the landscape.

Terrace with direct access to the lounge area
Interior garden with covered terrace
Entrance door in wood
Small covered terrace
Pool area with covered terrace
Pool furniture for relaxation
Modern and elegant lounge
Reception area with wooden furniture
Cafeteria area
Reception
Modern and elegant restaurant area
Restaurant with wooden roof
Restaurant with glass walls
Internal stairs with wooden railing
Internal corridor with glass walls
Modern room with views

Most rooms are in the southern part of the main building to get enough sunlight as well as to have panoramic views of the garden. At the west end, there is an outside gallery and a pool, which frame the main entrance and create a perimeter that cushions the site from the main road.

Along with the main building, an outer gallery formed by columns forms an open patio area that only serves hotel guests. As for the construction on the east end, it is an independent and isolated villa that can be rented to a whole family.

Modern room with tiered wooden floors
Spacious room and full of natural light
Internal bathroom with glass walls
Main entrance in night hours

 

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Wonderful House Overlooking the Lake and Open to Nature

By • Mar 5, 2018

Window on the Lake is a project completed by the Canadian architectural firm YH2, which is based in Montréal, in 2017. The home covers a total ground area of 140 square meters and sits on the shore of Lac Plaisant, located in Saint Élie de Caxton, in the Mauricie region of Québec, Canada.

Aerial view of the house surrounded by tall trees

The architectural firm’s intention when it came to the design of this home, which sits on a site previously occupied by an old family cottage, was to create a simple wooden dwelling which was open to nature and the peaceful lake beside it. As a result, the home perfectly embodies the essence of cottage life — a wooden home in which to spend restful moments and be at one with nature.

Terrace with lake views
House within the trees

The home sits in a small clearing and is composed of a single structure made out of white cedar wood. Such simplicity is precisely what cottage life is about, and YH2 expresses this through their architecture in a subtle and elegant way. The home’s walls, however, are pierced by clear glass sections which allow an easy rapport between the interior and the exterior, blending the boundaries between them. This also allows an abundant supply of natural light to seep into the interior, making it luminous and cozy.

House in front of the lake
Access glass door
Interior with wooden walls
Modern interior with wooden floors
Large living-dining area with high ceilings and glass walls
Exterior view from the kitchen area
Dining room in light wood
Living-dining-kitchen area in same place
Social areas full of natural light
Decorative details
Cozy bedroom area in soft colors
Bedroom in light colors and wooden floors
Night view of the house from the pier
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Architectural Studio Designed for a Couple of Architects

By • Feb 28, 2018

This project is a 46 square meter home studio designed for a couple of architects who not only share their passion for architecture, but also both enjoy music and painting together. It is located in Kerala, India, and was designed by the architects Shinoop & Revathy of Attic Lab.

View of the studio hidden among the thick vegetation
Front view of the house

The interior needed to be flexible and serve as a multifunctional space in which to practice music and enjoy debate and discussion. It also needed to be compact and modern in its material and construction. The entire space is divided into two levels, ground floor and attic, which act as work and leisure space, respectively.

Main facade surrounded by green and thick vegetation
View of the small terrace that connects the interior with the exterior green
Interior of the study with rest area

The characteristic regional expression of Kerala architecture is the result of geographical, climatic, and historical factors. The most distinctive visual form of Kerala architecture is the long, steep sloping roof built to protect the walls of the house.

Structurally, the roof frame was supported on the pillars in the walls erected in a raised base of the floor for protection against moisture and insects in the tropical climate.

The selection of materials and construction techniques was influenced by structural load, cost, installation time, and maintenance over time and sustainability.

Shared desktop space
Elegantly decorated office space
View of the exterior from inside the studio
Area of the study dedicated to the enjoyment of music
Elegant and sober study
Wonderful and cozy space for rest
Comfortable reading area
Night view of the magical exterior

 

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Warm Chalet with Fabulous Views Over the Mountains

By • Feb 28, 2018

Located in Tegernsee, Germany, these fabulous chalets have been designed by the interior design firm landau+kindelbacher Architekten Innenarchitekten.

Magnificent views of the mountains

With the opening of the Alpine chalets, the hotel DAS TEGERNSEE has expanded its wide range of lodgings by adding a new format — and what’s more, these chalets are also available for long term stays. Since 2017, 18 apartments and double rooms measuring anywhere from 35 to 120 square meters have offered up to 8 people a temporary home.

Cozy wooden round dining room table

Through a weather-resistant glass passage, the Alpine chalets are connected directly to the hotel and, therefore, to the lobby, the hotel’s gastronomic offer, and the large spa area. The holistic and practiced philosophy of the hotel is also continued in the new accommodation.

Dining room with terrace and views of the mountains

Two sections of construction, directly interconnected, house 18 new room units on two levels. Whether they have their own private terrace on the lower level or balconies at the top, they all have an unrestricted view of the Tegernsee and the surrounding mountains. The exposed rooms and the floor-to-ceiling windows, in combination with high ceilings, additionally reinforce the spatial effect.

On the upper floor, all the rooms are completely covered in spruce, in the style of the unique character of the alpine wooden chalets. The ceiling of the rooms and suites on the ground floor are also clad with wood.

Two sections of construction, directly interconnected, house 18 new room units on two levels. Whether they have their own private terrace on the lower level or balconies at the top, they all have an unrestricted view of the Tegernsee and the surrounding mountains. The exposed rooms and the floor-to-ceiling windows, in combination with high ceilings, additionally reinforce the spatial effect.

On the upper floor, all the rooms are completely covered in spruce, in the style of the unique character of the alpine wooden chalets. The ceiling of the rooms and suites on the ground floor are also clad with wood.

Modern dining room with hanging lamps
Dining room with wonderful views
Cozy double room
Double room with terrace
Room with beautiful views of the mountains
Room with bunk beds
Bathroom full of natural light
Night view of the exterior of the chalets