Disneyland mountain house is a modern interpritation of the vernacular architecture of Alsace
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Merging contemporary design and traditional elements, the house, named Disneyland, reinterprets the regional vernacular. The building policies in the village of Zutzendorf in France insist on building structures that will fit perfectly into the existing context. In order to comply with the strict regulations, the architects included a steeply pitched oversized roof that references the shape and incline of a neighboring house and overhangs a partially glazed ground floor. Related: Stellar Townhomes...