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Architecture
Sep
15
Chalet La Forclaz by Jaccaud Spicher Architects
Edition
Switzerland
under the patronage of
Alps
under the patronage of
Alexander Zaxarov
Sep 15, 2020

The very modest and simple project for a chalet with two dwellings at La Forclaz in the Val d'Herensdesigned by Jaccaud Spicher Architects offers a contemporary reinterpretation of a historical type very present in the current region.

Located at the junction between the historic units of the “old” village of La Forclaz and more recent chalets from the 1970s and 1980s, the project creates a connection between these two parts through its assertive volume which extends that of the buildings of the historic village.

From the inside, the two apartments are articulated on two floors connected by a tangled cut, which allows two different floor height. Large bay windows overlook the landscape from the living spaces that are extended by balconies facing south.

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Alexander Zaxarov
September 15, 2020

The very modest and simple project for a chalet with two dwellings at La Forclaz in the Val d'Herensdesigned by Jaccaud Spicher Architects offers a contemporary reinterpretation of a historical type very present in the current region.

Located at the junction between the historic units of the “old” village of La Forclaz and more recent chalets from the 1970s and 1980s, the project creates a connection between these two parts through its assertive volume which extends that of the buildings of the historic village.

From the inside, the two apartments are articulated on two floors connected by a tangled cut, which allows two different floor height. Large bay windows overlook the landscape from the living spaces that are extended by balconies facing south.

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