With this heat I do nothing but look for houses in spectacular beaches, when in fact the best thing to escape the heat is to go north, look for the highest peaks and enjoy the fresh and pure air there (I look like Heidi).
This awesome house is Villa Waltz in the Swiss Alps, designed by Bjarne Mastenbroek Y Christian Müller. The project, which was completed in 2009, was built and equipped in collaboration with a large number of Dutch designers and Dutch design companies.
Parts and objects of, among others, Hella Jongerius, Demakersvan, Scholten and Baijings, Marcel Wanders, Jongstra Claudy, Royal Tichelaar Makkum and the firm Nederland Vitra . The spacious interior space is an eclectic, but balanced mix of contemporary Dutch design. A unique combination of architecture, interior design and design.
The villa is reached through a Graubünder, an old shed on the upper floor that has the capacity to store bikes, a ping-pong table, skis, garden tools and patio furniture. A Underground tunnel connects with light hatches, the barn with the ground floor of the house.
The House of about 160 m2, is completely buried on the hillside from the mountain, and right next to the famous spa, designed by Peter Zumthor, Las Thermas de Vals. It can accommodate ten people (up to twelve if there are at least four small children).
A large glass wall opens to a large terrace of 60m2, with a spectacular view of green pastures, snow slopes and peaks. On the terrace there is also a fountain of crystalline waters of the mountain.
The house has six rooms and a barn of 1,300 m2 of land. To avoid the "bunker effect" With both cement and semi buried on the mountainside, all rooms open onto the terrace, living room, kitchen and a library and a master bedroom suite with its own bathroom.
On the first floor there are three spacious bedrooms. All rooms have a king size bed and a private bathroom with bath and shower. Has a television room It hides a double bed with two extra beds.
Just what we need to end the blow is a weekend in Villa WaltzDo not you think?