For constructing the home in steep slope terrain, cube house design with stone walls is good choice. Constructing the home in the steep slope is unusual. It is different because the steep slope has limited land to be built. The special treatment has to be applied for building the home in the steep slope. Cube design is one of the good ideas for building the house in this land condition. The studio Markus Wespi Jérôme de Meuron architects is aware that in the uphill, there are amazing views. For solving the problem for constructing the home in the uphill, the studio makes the Brione House. Completed in 2005. The home is placed on Brione sopra Minuslo, Switzerland.
The design of the house is amazing. Although located on the steep slope, the home is keeping the comfortable to the owner. The cube house designs modern with stone walls interior is impressive. From the outside, the home is more like a wall than a home. Bare stone with cement is dominating the exterior home design. It makes the home look grey wall from the outside. The building has staircase shape for following the steep slope terrain. It is useful for strengthen the building construction. This construction prevents the slope from landslide. Panorama from this place is very amazing. The town in the downhill gives beautiful scenery from the uphill.
For increasing to enjoy the panorama, there is a unique swimming pool in the edge of the home. The swimming pool is faced with beautiful town landscape in the downhill. The landscape consists of town, lake, and mountain. It is very impressive. The scenery is very useful for relaxing the stress in the people mind. Moreover, it is enjoying by swimming in the edge of the home.
The interior design of the home is modern. Although it is like wall from the outside, the interior design has modern and elegant design. Simple design and large windows make the home interior design has strong modern sense. For people who want to build minimalist house design, small modern cube house designs with stone walls designs can be good choice.
Photography by : Hannes Henz