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Only 700 people live in La Punt Chamuesch in Switzerland, and only the Alps, forests and mountain rivers are around. This 550 m² chalet has a rather long history: its various buildings were erected from 1770 to 1930. The new owners of the house were not in the best condition, and in total the repair…

The magnificent Alpina Gstaad hotel ideally combines traditions of alpine chalets, comfort of modern mountain interiors, the privacy of the best boutique hotels and the artistry of design from leading masters. And we have not yet mention the amazing location almost at the very top of the mountain with breathtaking views of the valley. We…

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 interiors of this Swiss chalet Lucine look modern and sophisticated thanks to the strict dark elements of the decoration, which together with the wooden base of the house create beautiful contrasts. Architects make everything possible for owners to enjoy stunning views – in addition to the huge windows there is a charming long balcony…

Mountain cottages in the Alps are not very often designed in a minimalist style, but Chalet Komani is just the example of modern design harmoniously combined with the architecture and with the surroundings. The cool gray wall paint is accompanied by the warm wooden ceilings, while black and color elements of the décor play as contrast accents….

Chalet is one of the few types of present-day buildings that honor the past and do not hesitate of their roots. Almost always chalet interiors are above the time and history and it is impossible to tell whether the photographs were taken yesterday or 100 years ago. This traditional alpine house in the Swiss village…

There is a big chance that many years ago a mountain chalet for important people looked exactly like this. Just look at this scale and on the magnificent traditional interiors – here it is very easy to get lost in time and dissolve in cozy luxury. The creators of this home purposely emphasized the classic…