Chalet Gstaad is a personal vacation chalet within the Swiss Alps, designed by Laurence Rouveure of Ardesia Design in collaboration with Amaldi Neder Architects. The goal of constructing this weekend hideaway was to create a heat, cozy environment utilizing a pure palette of impartial colours and delicate textures similar to linen and wool. The designer targeted on creating pure and clear strains and a way of unity to the entire of the 380 sq. meters of this lovely lodge.
The partitions of this chalet are coated in Australian tough timber and the ground is product of Danish fir planks of as much as 15m lengthy. In the bedrooms, wool and cashmere material have been mounted as an alternative of a headboard to interrupt up the all-wooden look. The loos are plastered in marmorino (or tadelakt) to create distinction to the wooden whereas holding to the pure theme. The furnishings is a mixture of new, modern, furnishings, conventional items and eclectic finds sourced from throughout Europe. Credits: Ardesia Design (inside designer), Alessandro Costa (photographer), Amaldi Neder Architects (Architecture workforce).