1814 House Renovation by Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes
Built in 1814 this house in Switzerland has undergone a modern renovation by Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes who tried to preserve the historic building’s original look. The wooden elements in the exterior were replaced with sleek minimalist windows and entries. The stone is kept and gives the house an old historic look.
Renovated 1814 House
The house is designed in minimalist practical style with concrete walls enhanced with some yellow elements. The unfinished look contrasts with the furnishings which gives the interior a special touch.
The house was remodeled on the inside with help of some concrete partitions which made for interesting and efficient interior architecture.
Some of the interior walls show the exposed stone that add texture to the look and makes for great design for feature walls. The house includes a living area adjacent to the modern kitchen with yellow island and cabinets, bedroom with a skylight and an artist’s studio.
The bathroom is located in a box-like room with a square window behind the frost glass sliding door. The house also features a covered open garage the roof of which seems to act as a terrace.
The house is surrounded with greenery and picturesque mountains that can be viewed from inside the house thanks to big rectangular windows. Smaller windows provide the house with additional natural light.
This is an amazing renovation that preserved the original historic look of the building while creating a modern practical living space inside of it. The rooms are quite spacious and minimalist and the exposed stone on the inside gives it more detail and connection with the exterior look.
The stone structure organically blends with the surroundings while the greenery can be enjoyed by the resindents. What do you think about it?
1814 House Renovation
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