Holiday home Appenzell

The design concept of colors and materials was deliberately chosen to create a calm, relaxing, light atmosphere. New room layouts were created 

and ceilings opened. The materialization held in soft, earthy tones gives the house a basic warmth and conveys harmony. Stone and wood were predominantly used. At the request of the client, the master bedroom should include a bedroom, bathtub, shower, as well as a sauna. To make this possible, we designed a room divider that contains the sauna, closet and lavabos. In the wellness area the stone floors allow carefree use of water, while a parquet floor transitions seamlessly into the bedroom area. Stone was used in a variety of ways around the wet rooms. The Jura Yellow limestone was installed with different surface treatments and in variable formats. The subtle shade allows the light to reflect softly and creates a pleasant atmosphere in the room. This is underlined by the choice of fabrics. In the living area, the long curtain emphasizes the height of the room and unites the windows. The kitchen extends across the entire room on both sides. To save space, the oven as well as the storage cabinets were built into the empty spaces of the opposite room, so it was possible to create two clear-cut fronts. Throughout the house, great care was taken to preserve beautiful details of the old building structure and incorporate them into the design.

2021 Holiday home, Schönengrund Appenzell

Interior architecture concept
Interior design
Color. and light concept

Construction management and remodeling: R&B Bauwerk
Curtains: Marion Porro Interior Decoration
Accessories: Friolet Home Projects