It's like living in a magical village, where everything is there before you ask.
Th mountains, with their unexplored peaks and remote villages, have long been associated with magic and mustery. Until the first climbers scaled the slopes, all sorts of frightening legends were told about the mountains. This storry telling tradition is still around today, celebrated in villages fetes when grazing animals are taken up to the pastures or returned to the barns each year. The stylised telling of these stories and legends has created a mysterious world filled with nature and wilderness, fur and wood, and a certain primitive aesthetic seen in the engravings of the first ascents and the wrought symbols and ancient alpine furniture. A world at one with nature and wildlife. The emblems of the enviroment include adventure books from the 19th century, sculpted walking sticks, vintage iron boxes, herb cuttings presented in albums or preserved under glass, and, of course, expedition trophies. Curious objects reign supreme in this setting. Both authentic and welcoming, this style is typical of chalets where guests feel right at home. This take on fairy-tale whimsy is based on comfort, opulence, beautiful materials, and items infused with history. Here, quality holds away over design, chalets straight out of a fairy tale.
The stories and legends of the mountains express a collective imagination in harmony with the mysteries of nature. Sculpted furniture, engraved symbols, antlers, pelts, horns, bark and twigs combine in countless curious, ancient and also contempory objects.