The residence poses what is called a bioclimatic design. Its comprises a pergola a conservatory as well as a winter garden which helps in procuring heat inside the building during the winters and also allows ample ventilation in the summers. Not to mention the polycarbonate roofs and double glazed panels which bring elegance to the building as well as prove to be a great help in the eco-friendly aspects.
Another interesting fact about this house is that it is the most serene building in the area where it stands. You would be surprised by the calmness this house offers despite its proximity to the busy streets. The transition of feeling will be very evident from the very first step into the house from the street.
Close to the steep edges of the Churfirsten Mountains on one side and Walensee Lake on the other the has quite a lot to boast about. Nestled in a beautiful landscape and amidst scattered vegetation of Switzerland the two-storey contemporary building offers a spectacular view of the amazing mountains from the front and back facades.
It appears like a giant box from the outside with little glass lids. This building in perfect symmetry is a result of its owners’ desire for an isolated residence it seems. Because it is built in such a way that it stands out and appears to be sort of isolated from other residences of its area. The ground floor is created in the form of ‘C’ and the first floor is kind of an ‘S’ form in itself. Hence the name the.
The accessories and showpieces including the flower vases wall hangings and lamp shades enhance the element of attraction. The furniture including the coffee tables cots and sofas are mostly low modular while the open kitchen with wooden furnishing is the icing on the cake. Yet another attraction is the kids’ bedroom. The slanting roofs just stand out of the rest thus keeping alive the characteristic feature and appearance of the attic.