All posts with tag:Alps

The studio GEZA that designed this chalet in the Italian Alps chose black for interior design for a reason – in such a place, nothing should distract from the scenery. Outside, the house has two simple geometric shapes. Inside, everything is also straightforward: two levels, wood, metal and modern furniture. And, of course, a large…

The real skill of the designer is the ability to harmoniously combine modernity and classics within the same interior. This Italian chalet is projected in an overall modern way, but the traditional Alpine motifs fit here perfect, so they make spaces feel even more cozy and comfortable. This is well illustrated by the example of the kitchen:…

This chalet stands out against the traditional mountain houses of the Swiss Alps already by its architecture: there is no hint of traditional Alpine chalets in its outlines, only modern, straight lines of the wooden facade, as well as metal and glass elements. The interior design of the house only continues the theme of minimalism,…

The small alpine town of Gstaad in Switzerland is famous not only for its ski slopes, but also for its cozy streets with amazing chalets. And one of these houses, with an area of ​​300 sqm, recently was in need of a comprehensive renovation. The owner fully trusted the architectural studio Humbert & Poyet, but…

The Hide hotel is located in the heart of the Swiss Alps, in the resort of Flims. However, such an interior is more likely to be found in the center of London, than surrounded by snow-capped mountains and charming alpine chalets. But such a contrast makes the hotel look even more interesting: rich colors, a…

The owner of this rental chalet in Courchevel, France, believes that there are too much of typical Alpine interiors in the city, so he decided to offer something radically new to his guests. Instead of calm natural colors, there is a splash of colors, instead of classic forms – ultra-modern furniture and extravagant art objects. These…

The hotel Le Cerf Amoureux (the name translates as “loving deer”) offers to plunge into the unique atmosphere of a traditional Alpine chalet, which has attracted winter lovers from around the world for more several hundreds years. Despite the fact that this wooden cottage was recently renovated in accordance with the modern requirements of comfort…

Sometimes the views becomes the main feature and decoration of an interior. In this chalet in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, the view of the Dolomites amazes with its magnificence. Designer Stefano Dorata, on the one hand, adhered to the general rules for the design of the Alpine chalet, and on the other hand, made a bid…