Located in an exceptional environment, the three individual chalets built at the road of Lanna benefit from a permanent sunshine and a release on the Alps and the Rhone valley. Each chalet has its own private green space and is positioned to be unique.
The architectural work has managed to reconcile traditional and contemporary aspects. Thus, the chalets are built in the respect and traditions of wooden constructions, using a post/beam system and with wooden facades. All the wooden elements are made of larch. The base and the terraces in relation to the ground are executed in natural stone. The roof covering is executed with lauzes, natural stone slabs. This construction method has created generous and luminous spaces on three levels above ground and a basement, connected by an open staircase and an elevator. The basement can be used as a home cinema, fitness room or other, and includes a private garage for 3 cars. The facade is worked with large windows to make the most of the view and sunlight.
All the elements that make up the design and architecture of these chalets have been designed, thought out and made to measure in order to give an originality and a unique and privileged tone to each of these three chalets and their environment.