House in Balsthal, Switzerland by Pascal Flammer

This house in Balsthal, Switzerland by architect Pascal Flammer, is a timber modern cottage that marries functionality and conceptual richness. The upper floor features an extraordinary view from the continuous windows while the 6 m high ceilings create openness to the nature. The ground floor on the other hand, features an unified family room with low horizontal ceiling.













Photo credit © Ioana Marinescu via Pascal Flammer

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