Heinz Julen, one of Switzerland’s most appreciated architects and the mastermind behind this luxury chalet, located in the small village of Zermatt, a picturesque ski resort and the architect’s hometown. The chalet has been his former private house, which served as an extravagant destination for parties and gatherings. The 300 square metres Manhattan-style loft is ideal for those who are looking for a unique landscaping and pay a special interest in what a beautiful mountainous resort has to offer. The closeness to the nature is undoubtable. The space is flooded with natural light through the floor to ceiling windows and wisps of authentic vegetation enhance the inhabitant with freshness and energy.
Beautiful and particular, the Swiss chalet, also known as the Heinz Julen Loft is a mix of textured concrete, steel and glass, uniquely combined. Through the six metres high windows, you capture the image of the entire village. Ideal for skiing, Zermatt shelters small and cozy restaurants that keep the tourists busy and delighted. The chalet can accommodate up to six persons, being equipped with three large and elegant bedrooms. Separate shower room, jacuzzi bath, a walk-in wardrobe and a private elevator – these are just a few of the privileges offered when staying at the Heinz Julen Loft. The heart of Zermatt is only two minutes away. It is said that this is one of the most exquisite chalets in Alps, so if you consider a trip in Switzerland, you’d better book a few days here!
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When square footage is limited, the last thing you need is an obstacle course of furniture to weave through. Stick to the basics of what you need to enjoy your space. This doesn’t mean you need to live in an empty apartment; it means you should select pieces that serve double duty. Some ideas for multifunctional furniture include. An ottoman (even better: a storage ottoman). It can convert your sofa into a chaise sectional or work as a coffee table (with a tray on top for stability) or extra seating. A sofa table. This can serve as a makeshift dining table, a desk or an entryway table. Go the extra mile and choose a narrow 30-inch-high bookcase or a sofa table with shelving. Stacking, self-storing furniture. Nesting side tables have a variety of uses. A bench. It can serve as dining room seating, a coffee table or a low media cabinet.