H2o Architects designed the within of this small ski resort dwelling in Menuires, France, which aspects a curved wall with built in storage and sound asleep items.
Description from the architects:
The dwelling is found in the Menuires snowboarding resort. As an cease addition to a 1960’s building, it affords a triple orientation which changed into as soon as no longer exploited by the long-established building. The commission changed into as soon as hard: to amplify the residing-room flooring without enhancing any of the structural or supporting parts, to include 2 toilets as another of 1, to succor the identical quantity of beds, that is to inform 8 beds for 55 square meters.
To maximise the utilization of build, we determined to overturn the level of view: now to no longer earn a to find at and create the furniture fit into the flat, however relatively the flat into the furniture!
A mountainous wood curve crosses the entire flooring of the flat. Spherical it are gathered the entire main capabilities of the dwelling taking into account a mountainous free build in direction of the dwelling windows which present a panoramic to find of the mountains. This share of furniture entails in its thickness various vital companies and products: storage build, superimposed sound asleep items, a studying nook, kitchen and loo (lend a hand to lend a hand). It is miles the percentage of furniture itself which structures the build. A curtain tool permits for increased privacy around the sound asleep items.
The niches would possibly honest furthermore be former in loads of systems: as storage or as inside dwelling windows between the 2 aspects of the wood wall. The final result is sportive and comfortable: in the night, what pleasure after a day of snowboarding to climb as a lot as one amongst the exiguous sound asleep nests with its have exiguous enviornment of interest and bedside gentle….! Two forms of wood are former right here: a shining birch plywood and solid American walnut tree.
Interior produce by H2o Architects
Pictures by Julien Attard