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In keeping with tradition

This chalet gives pride of place to wood, the ultimate living material. A range of timbers are used to intense yet sober effect, giving the chalet a unique overall atmosphere. The call of the wild is expressed through the chalet’s woodwork, crafted from carefully sourced aged Canadian timber.

Project details

  • Large chalet on the edge of the piste comprising two buildings
  • Reinforced-concrete structure
  • Traditional timber framework
  • Aged timber façades and exterior woodwork
  • Ash joinery
  • Italian Pietra di Luserna roof tiles
  • Façades of aged local stone roughcast with lime render
  • Balconies and terraces made of ipe (exotic wood)
  • Exterior hot tub
  • Integrated electrical transformer
  • Access featuring aged paving stones
  • Green spaces featuring mountain conifers
  • Exterior fountain of Chamonix granite
  • Interior fittings of aged Canadian rough timber
  • Fine marble-stone features
  • Aged wood floor
  • Rugs featuring superior workmanship
  • Large decorative fireplace
  • Château-style stone floors
  • Italian-style contemporary dressing room
  • Klaft steam bath and sauna
  • Equipped Bulthaup kitchen
  • Home automation system and audio/video installation
  • Fine furniture and collector's items
  • Fully equipped ski room with waxing machine, weather station and massage pool
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