Chalet in wood and stone
Natural Materials for two Chalets in France. The project involves the matter and its surroundings

Architect Alessandro Rovagna designs the two chalets, located in the village of La Salle Les Alpes, with a preference for wood and natural materials. By adapting the material to the project and the project to the material, it creates a perfect combination between the material and the environment

The Chalets are in keeping with the oldest traditions and express the highest concepts of well-being and comfort. They create a refined atmosphere in the alpine lifestyle. The project respects the strict local architectural specifications and integrates perfectly into the natural environment and the urban context. The shape and exterior cladding meet precise specifications, such as the "gable" on the south tympanum

Chalet in larch wood

A certain connection between the different materials of the facades is also a very important element. So, together with the larch wood cladding, there is a stone and mortar base made with stone and mortar that responds to the style of the project with its timeless charm

Chalet in larch wood

The architect recognized in the Ono Degno model the ideal dimensions and shades. Being well aware of the inseparable nature of the execution technique from the final appearance of the work, he then opted for the Over finish of GeoBI's natural mortar. The result is a natural composition, an accurate mixture of greys and browns with delicate shades of rust and moss, of masonry in harmony with the fine wood finishes, where materials, shapes, volumes and application solutions blend and enhance each other

Chalet in larch wood

The twin chalets are connected by an underground tunnel and share a swimming pool, a wellness area and a cinema/disco room. The spacious, bright and modern interiors clearly reveal the attention to detail, the natural beauty of the exposed wooden structure and the simple and absolutely original furnishing choices

Chalet in larch wood

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