Localarchitecture company has completed the Rovereaz house in Switzerland, using a corrugated finish for the surface. Apparently this choice of material was used "in reference to the agricultural past of its surroundings," according to DesignBoom.
The building itself is quite tall and slim, and ventures quite far from traditional designs. The house is actually home to several different units, all of which have a distinct design. One of the best features about living here are the views, as many of the apartments look out onto the alps, as well as a lake at the back part of the building. Another unconventional detail about the structure is the staircase running up the side of the building, and the transparent window that ascends beside the steps to the top.
Photo Credits: designboom, localarchitecture.ch
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