SoNo Architects’ Mountain View House puts a modern spin on the quintessential Alpine chalet

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Nestled among the Austrian Alps, the Mountain View House is a quintessentially charming chalet, with surprisingly modern interiors. Designed by Slovenia-based SoNo Architects, the spectacular mountain dwelling is located in a quaint village, neighboring the famous Kitzbühel ski region, at a height of around 800 m above the sea level.

According to the team, the house features three separate levels, in keeping with the site’s steep terrain. Furthermore, the gabled roof, of the structure, is believed to mimic the shape of the adjacent peaks. The building’s main entrance overlooks the street, while a paneled glass wall, on the opposite side, provides breathtaking views of the surrounding Alpine landscape. The upper floors house the living spaces, including a plush master bedroom.

A flight of pristine white stairs allows access to the ground floor, which in turn contains an expansive living room, a fully-equipped kitchen and dining space, and an adjoining sleeping area. Additionally, the house possesses a Jacuzzi, a sauna, an orchard and a lush garden. Rivaling the building’s stunning exterior is an incredibly modern interior, featuring solid concrete elements and earthy wooden surfaces. Warm, neutral colors, of the interiors, actually help optimize the availability of natural lighting.

The basement makes up the third level. Designed in the form of a Zilberstube, the area is intended for family gatherings and other festivities. It houses a wine cellar, a fitness room and a couple of guest bedrooms.

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To know more about the project, visit SoNo Architects’ official website.

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SoNo Architects’ Mountain View House puts a modern spin on the quintessential Alpine chalet

Nestled among the Austrian Alps, the Mountain View House is a quintessentially charming chalet, with surprisingly modern interiors. Designed by Slovenia-based SoNo Architects, the spectacular mountain dwelling is located in a quaint village, neighboring the famous Kitzbühel ski region, at a height of around 800 m above the sea level.

According to the team, the house features three separate levels, in keeping with the site’s steep terrain. Furthermore, the gabled roof, of the structure, is believed to mimic the shape of the adjacent peaks. The building’s main entrance overlooks the street, while a paneled glass wall, on the opposite side, provides breathtaking views of the surrounding Alpine landscape. The upper floors house the living spaces, including a plush master bedroom.

A flight of pristine white stairs allows access to the ground floor, which in turn contains an expansive living room, a fully-equipped kitchen and dining space, and an adjoining sleeping area. Additionally, the house possesses a Jacuzzi, a sauna, an orchard and a lush garden. Rivaling the building’s stunning exterior is an incredibly modern interior, featuring solid concrete elements and earthy wooden surfaces. Warm, neutral colors, of the interiors, actually help optimize the availability of natural lighting.

The basement makes up the third level. Designed in the form of a Zilberstube, the area is intended for family gatherings and other festivities. It houses a wine cellar, a fitness room and a couple of guest bedrooms.

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To know more about the project, visit SoNo Architects’ official website.

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