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Refugi Lieptgas: Swiss hideaway citing the past in modern dress

Refugi Danuser Jan 04 2013
Refugi Lieptgas: Swiss hideaway citing the past in modern dress it has been modified: 2014-01-24 di Julia Rose

credits: Gaudenz Danuser

From a distance the Refugi Lieptgas seems a typical log cabin, located in the Swiss Alps between the village Flims (Graubünden) and the forest. Taking a closer look, we realize that the cabin is made of concrete.

Refugi Lieptgas

credits: Gaudenz Danuser

The old barn that stood here once again characterizes the image of the new building. By using the logs of the previous construction as formwork for concrete, architects Selina Walden e Georg Nikisch have created a fossilized version of the old barn. A holiday home for two people really unusual. Modern, minimalist and, admit it, also very romantic.

Refugi Lieptgas credits Gaudenz Danuser

credits: Gaudenz Danuser

Refugi Danuser 01 2013 Januar

credits: Gaudenz Danuser

Refugi credits Danuser

credits: Gaudenz Danuser

source: www.urlaubsarchitektur.de

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