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Architect Stefan Hitthaler recently completed an energy-efficient renovation of a mountain chalet in South Tyrol, Italy. Originally constructed in 1973, it was uninhabitable in winter due to poor insulation, but now keeps occupants comfortable, whatever the weather. The architect also made some minor stylistic changes to accentuate its out-of-this-world appearance. .. Continue Reading
only the piste is visible against the naturally dark backdrop, with most of the structure tucked below it. The post ATAH’s all-seasons ski resort disappears amidst the chinese mountains and nature appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
it sleeps up to six people, costs a little less than an airstream, can handle snow and is absolutely move-in-ready. The post land ark RV looks more like a high end ski lodge on wheels appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
The Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) always puts an interesting spin on its projects – take the Lego House and pyramid-shaped Via 57 West, for example. Such is the case with the firm's recently-unveiled Audemars Piguet Hôtel des Horlogers, which will enable guests to ski down from its roof to the ground via a sloping zigzagging path. ..Continue Reading BIG's new hotel will let guests ski on its roof
the angled volumes, which contain hotel rooms, traverse a gently sloping exterior path, leading directly to the museum as well as the region’s ski trails.The post BIG’s hotel design for audemars piguet will let guests ski down its zigzagging roof appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Roam Robotics is on a mission to develop exoskeletons for all kinds of activities, but its first prototype product is aimed at skiers. The new ski exoskeleton Roam is showing off can help bolster your technique and give you more time out on the slopes, without getting in the way of your fun...Continue Reading Roam's robotic ski exoskeleton can help you ski better for longerCategory: RoboticsT
The overhanging roof of this lakeside residence in Quebec's Laurentian mountain range was designed by architecture studio YH2 to match the profile of a bird's wings. Read more
skateboarding has always been to either carve or grind up roads or parks, but with the KKA S1, boarders are now able to surf and ski down streets as well.The post surf and ski down streets with the unique KKA S1 electric skateboard appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Dramatic cantilevers form ski-on terraces in this slope-side retreat in Squaw Valley, California, that was recently completed by Chicago-based architects Strawn+Sierralta. Read more
Pine louvres cover the glazed sides of this cabin by Oslo studio Lund Hagem Arkitekter, which forks at one end to present two large windows towards slopes in Norway's Kvitfjell ski resort. Read more


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