A collision course of rustic and modern. This 200-year-old Alpine hut near Gstaad was converted into a residence for an art collector by Andreas Fuhrimann and Gabrielle Achler. The architects used massive stone blocks from a local quarry in the construction of the kitchen and the bathroom and preserved most of the original timber. Via Materialicious; photos by Roman Signer.
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