Contemporary Villa SAH in Neuchâtel, Switzerland by Andrea Pelati Architecte
The villa is situated close to the focal point of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. It settles on a little plot encompassed by entirely gigantic houses. Along these lines, the house is gathered in a reduced volume, looking for openings and light vertically. It creates more than three levels, the most astounding and brightest of which are facilitated the lounge, lounge area, kitchen and patio.
In admiration to the inhabitants security, the North façade shows a shield to the road while the South façade opens on to delightful surrounded perspectives of the city, lake and Alps.
The format was intended to permit light to stream in through each of the three levels, because of high roofs, over lapping spaces and sky facing windows.
Resting regions are determined to the moderate level concentrating on closeness, though the utility rooms lay on the ground floor, taking advantage of an immediate access to the garden.
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