Hello to all of you who have come to see us in Forum City! Today we prepared for you an article about how the skills of famous architects of the world can give a second life to a building two hundred years old. This rustic house was renovated in 2005 for a Swiss client. The building consists of three adjoining rooms built at different heights. The craftsmen removed some of the old window openings and added new ones to let in more sunlight into the mansion.
The interior is made only of natural mineral materials – stone and concrete. The impressive masonry has been preserved since the early 19th century. Inside, in contrast to the facade, the dining room furniture is unexpectedly bright and modern. Orange gloss cabinets and drawers enliven the bare stone walls and poured concrete floor. Even after being renovated, it preserves many elements from its original construction.
In particular, the small windows, niches and stone trim. Designers skillfully combine the spirit of the old and modern trends in decor. Such an ascetic room just needs soft comfortable furniture. The perfect place for a creative studio: lots of light and nothing wasted. Looking out the window you can't help but wonder what the landscape was like 200 years ago.The master bedroom is probably the most comfortable room in this ancient stone house. However, this is exactly what any of them should be.