In handling the test of repairing the spaces for ‘The House of Architects’ at 7132 Hotel in Vals, Switzerland, Morphosis consolidated clean and vibrant lines with a touch of retro-eccentricity. The American engineering and configuration firm totally revamped the 20 square meter rooms, with the most striking viewpoint being the showers.
Morphosis took a shot at 20 visitor suites, and the organization eventually actualized two comparable room outlines. Most of the materials and styles in the rooms cling to ordinary thoughts of innovation: shale, marble, or wood dividers that offer an approach to floor-to-roof windows with perspectives of the confined Swiss-wide open. Be that as it may, both of the room outlines contain a touch of the amazing on account of the showers. They are encased in a bulbous glass cast in either lit up white or yellow tinges, pushing nearly sixties mod sensibility into the contemporary room.
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