Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes renovated this rural house from the 1800’s in Chamoson, Switzerland, preserving its unique stone, raw exterior walls and combine it with the new, concrete structure. Photo by Thomas Jantscher.

Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes renovated this rural house from the 1800’s in Chamoson, Switzerland, preserving its unique stone, raw exterior walls and combine it with the new, concrete structure. Photo by Thomas Jantscher.


Source: architizer.com
1 year ago • 317 notes • September 2nd
Tagged with Savioz Fabrizzi  architecture  concrete  renovation  stone  mountains  Switzerland  Chamoson  structure  house  dwelling  Thomas Jantscher  
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