on Monday, 29 March 2010
I want to show you true glamor. Because that is what this blog is all about. However I do not wish to make you blue because all of the expensive things I share here. I want to show you possibilities which can be attainable even on a lower budget with just a touch of imagination. This Coastal House Design - a luxurious home set along a shoreline in Switzerland made by Swiss Fine Line will definitely be an inspiration for you.
Swiss Fine Line is a label by Berger Metallbau AG an award winning independent family company focused on implementation of challenging glass-metal architecture. The firm with a 120 year history located in Langnau in Switzerland based its philosophy on the principle of the "Swiss level of perfection" which means only the best is acceptable. Swiss Fine Line is the result of a completely new way of thinking in the production of a sliding glass system where the maximum reduction of the frame profiles was a goal. The new concept has the glazing as a structural element which takes over a part of the static resistance of the window. Berger Metallbau product range you can find on this page in German.
One of their project is this contemporary Coastal House which stands out with its luxury glazed and stone facade. Stunning sliding glass walls that spread all over the main floor and the majority of the second are an award winning invention by Swiss Fine Line and have the finest aluminium frame.
Inside the house a rich dark hardwood finished floors are a contemporary contrast to the clean neutral palette, and the eclectic minimalist interiors. Carefully selected interior details such as massive wood furniture with straight lines, extraordinary floor lamps, two modern elegant ceiling fireplaces and the spacious indoor swimming pool with spectacular view on the sunset are absolutely amazing.
But the one thing about this upscale house that will take your breath away is the amazing dining room with its unbelievable outside view. The astonishing white glossy dining table with remarkable and unusual base in combination with wool upholstered purple Little Tulip dining chairs made by designer Pierre Paulin and produced by Artifort are totally eye catching.