Each of the townhouses and residences has direct ski-in/ski-out access making them absolutely perfect holiday homes. Beyond the obvious grandeur of the landscape and the appeal of a serene home in there are an array of sustainable features and planet-friendly design methods that make these homes a hit among the green crowd as well. Despite using wood glass and stone the presence of straight lines a neutral color scheme gray exterior and contemporary décor gives each of the houses a distinct modern look.
A double height living room aids in climate control inside the riverside residence while glass windows sliding doors and skylights bring in natural light. Bedrooms sit on the second floor and overlook the rear garden the distant river and the scenery beyond.
Step into the living area and one instantly notices that the focus is firmly of the captivating view outside! Despite the use of contrasting materials like concrete wood and leather the overall color palette is muted and inconspicuous.
The double height living area along with kitchen and dining on the lower level has a slanted ceiling even as the bedrooms and private spaces snugly sit on the top floor. White is the color of choice here as the neutral color palette is only broken up the artwork on the walls and warm wooden surfaces.
A revitalized ground floor now holds a dashing home theater a unique home bar with tiled backdrop and a stylish vertical garden home gym additional bedroom and other utility spaces. It is the first level that houses the chic master suite draped in white and pink. Oozing a touch of feminine charm the master bathroom also embraces this color scheme even as the double-height internal courtyard ends up becoming the real showstopper!