Villa Chantarella
„The large volume was structured resulting in different bodies with gabled roofs. “
Project details
  • Location:
    — St. Moritz
  • Year:
    — 2001-2003
  • Surface:
    — 2100 m2
An exclusive mountain residence was built on the Chantarella Plateau above St. Moritz. A gable roof composition builds a bridge between traditional and modern design. At the same time this design structures the large volume of the house and reduces it visually. The selected facade plaster is modeled after the plastering of traditional Engadine houses and locally rooted. Wooden-framed windows harmonize with the nature and enhance the facade. The wooden frames were always set over the entire height in order to emphasize the height and consequently slenderise the appearance. Inside the villa offers a contemporary luxurious living experience with breathtaking views.
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