Presented below is another modest design bringing architectural quality to notice, created by previously featured in Thisispaper, Atelier Abraha Achermann.
Surrounded by generous garden, a semi-detached house built in twenties, is located in a charming Swiss town on the west coast of Lake Lucerne. The architects of Atelier Abraha Achermann undertook the challenge to afresh the inner space and extended its size.
The new part serving as a link to the garden was gently shaped by the architects to fit the nearby building. Its facade was covered with simply bush hammered concrete enchanting with porous structure. The extension provides additional living spaces divided into three separate zones. It gives an area for kitchen, dining and living room. The inner space featuring concrete and plain white surfaces of walls and ceiling were supremely completed with wooden herringbone flooring, window frames and furnitures ensuring sophisticated and cosy space to live.