A half-timbered house in the Swiss Alps saved from near ruin
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The architects preserved the two street-facing facades and a vaulted cellar. Parts of the building had to be demolished and built anew, mimicking their original form. Three apartments were created between the north facade that features a filigree truss and mutin window, and the south facade that offers beautiful views of the mountainous landscape. Related: Traditional Swiss ski chalet renovated into two modern flex-space units The new facade contrasts the street front and features grey...