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we took terrific care in evaluating local historical structures so regarding understand what their kinds achieved functionally and how they formed the regional architectural culture. We then integrated this info into our design, just avoiding all synthetic and/or outdated components while making certain that the structure was completely code compliant.Courtesy of Studio Razavi architecture– Pictures: Olivier Martin-Gambier, Simone Bossi How a given building touches the ground( or emerges from)

is of course generally crucial, nevertheless in the context of a mountain in the Alps, this has

a specific meaning as it historically was related to stables, wood store, storage. Therefore we made sure we revealed domesticity with subtlety and integrated some form of pure performance that could traditionally convey significance. Base is constructed out of cast in location concrete with type work using the very same wood as above floor cladding.Courtesy of Studio Razavi architecture– Photographs: Olivier Martin-Gambier, Simone Bossi Floors are then just stacked above the base, each time forecasting out even more than floor underneath so

regarding supply a greater protection much like exactly what greater roofing overhung offered in standard structures

. Since the sides are no longer utilized for any specific functions(as opposed to historically working mountain homes)there is no roofing overhang on the sides. The First flooring, a modernist hint, with only bedrooms transitions in between the more abstract concrete base and the leading flooring which acknowledges straight the context with its pitched roofing system and large openings out to the valley.Courtesy of Studio Razavi architecture– First Layout Similarly the sequence of areas begins off dark and compressed. Progressing up through the building, more light can be found in and slowly more views are enabled out. Ceiling heights are slowly increased to reach their peak in the living area where a cross shaped beam & column function as a suggestion of the fantastic snow loads the building requires to support. The end result stands as an example of how architecture can-and ought to-communicate previous knowledge into the present and safeguard it for the future. This, and similar techniques integrated, develop the necessary affective link in between men and the built.Courtesy of Studio Razavi architecture– Photos: Olivier Martin-Gambier, Simone Bossi Architects: Studio Razavi architecture Task Year: 2017 Task Area: 200.0 m2 Job Area: Manigod, France Pictures: Olivier Martin-Gambier, Simone Bossi Producers: Dornbracht, Duravit, MIRAGE, Sika, Sivalbp, Schmidt, Hormann, Fondis, Blanc, Minco, Alape, THPG Thanks To Studio Razavi architecture– Photographs: Olivier Martin-Gambier, Simone Bossi

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