The Avoriaz Holiday Ski Resort in France Has Mysterious Architecture

By: Michael Nieto - Published: Dec 16, 2013 • References: avoriaz & gizmodo
The Avoriaz holiday ski resort in France has a mysterious and fantasy-inspired architecture that invites skiers and snow boarders to a different world. It was originally built in the 1960s, but has been redesigned by new architects known as Acques Labro, Jena Jacques Orzoni and Jean-Marc Roques. Together, they create a fantasy world that has intriguing buildings that make you feel like you want to stay forever on the slopes.

It’s located within the hills outside the town of Morzine. These structures may appear to resemble from a sci-fi movie where most of the chalets are made of rustic weathered woods. The oddly geometric shaped buildings strike a magical feeling as you walk by at night or ride down the slopes. The Avoriaz holiday ski resort has an incredible view and architecture that would be the perfect holiday vacation destination for avid skiers and snowboarders. Stats for Fantasy-Inspired Ski Resorts Trending: Older & Mild
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