The architecture of the building merges transparent aesthetics, coziness, and functionality. Noble materials such as oak and walnut wood, stainless steel, and limestone were carefully selected, creating a harmonious balance between luxury and natural warmth in the house. Upon entering the home, attention is drawn to the tasteful interior design and numerous works of art. An earthy color palette creates a warm ambiance that perfectly complements the golden details found throughout the interior.
The open layout creates an airy and light-filled atmosphere, blurring the boundaries between the indoor and outdoor spaces
Thanks to the frameless sliding windows, this seamless transition is emphasized and enhanced. The large windows by swissFineLine invite nature into the interior, offering an unobstructed view of Lake Zug and the Rigi. The corner opening in the kitchen is particularly impressive, as the movable window panels expand the living space and provide a sense of boundless freedom.
Another design highlight is the heated infinity pool located in the midst of the spacious garden. The outdoor area not only provides ample space for relaxation but also offers a spectacular view of the picturesque surroundings.
The theme of security was of utmost importance to the builder, who is also the project developer. With "swissFineLine Protect," the architect was able to realize his vision of a secure home and create the perfect residence for his family.
By combining secure yet transparent high-tech glass with innovative frame technology and security-monitored multi-point locking, optimal burglary protection is guaranteed. There are no compromises when it comes to soundproofing either.
With a benchmark of 46db, the delicate sliding windows provide acoustic living comfort. Integration into the smart home system completes the security concept and ensures maximum quality of life.
The luxury villa is a masterpiece of modern design that harmoniously blends into the surrounding landscape. It is a place where living becomes a unique experience, and the view serves as a constant source of inspiration.
Architect: realart architects gmbh | Photographer: Holger Jacob