Maison Fabrizzi by Savioz Fabrizzi Architectes is a concrete home located in the Swiss Alps designed to optimize the breathtaking views. Featuring double facade walls for ventilation and temperature control, the home is a compact concrete structure that opens up into a sprawling wood-reinforced interior.
Each of the windows in Maison Fabrizzi has been designed by the architect to optimize a particular view of the Swiss Alps, while the grey color of the concrete is maximized against the picturesque backdrop of the mountains.
Maison Fabrizzi boasts a pellet stove and several solar panels, making it eco-friendly from an energy perspective. The house is located in the northern part of the property, leaving the rest to be used for parking and to enable building access.
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