Frundgallina develops small scale architectural and interior design projects from their HQ in picturesque Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
Wooden chalet in the Swiss Jura in an example of the Frundgallina’s deliberate studies on details and impressive skills in transforming traditional architectural typology into present day form.
This tiny two pitched roof form serves as a replacement of the former dating from the sixties house and refers to its outcome.
The new cabin is built entirely of wood and divided into four parts, strictly limited by the legal framework protecting the Swiss Jura crests.
„The simplicity and homogeneity of forms, the variety and spatial richness, the neutrality and expressive singularity”, these were the inspirations and aims for the architects, as to bring to live shelter characterized with the softness, harmony and lightness emanating from the formal composition.