This project is a holiday house that is located in the middle of the village of Vnà in the Lower Engadine designed by AFGH Architects. The particular challenge of the project was to bridge the divide between the old-world charm of the village and the modern flair embodied in a holiday house for an internationally successful art gallery owner.
The holiday house in located in the middle of the The aim was to develop a formal language which had a certain proximity to traditional Engadine architecture and yet remained immediately recognisable as contemporary without being conservatively romanticised.
Photographs are made by Valentin Jeck
Via Plataforma Arquitectura
When will they finish it? The ugly bare concrete needs something. It’s an eyesore.
In sowas würd ich gerne leben.
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