Facing the magnificent panorama of Courchevel 1850, the chalets Hermine and Chinchilla tend towards exceptionality and prestige. Luxury is space, but it is also a selection of fine materials, the finesse of proportions and the detail and quality of finishes.
These two chalets have in common surfaces and volumes particularly generous, while maintaining a human dimension and warmth. They distinguish each other by their individual choices of interior decoration and aesthetic.
They both offer great features, such as a beautiful indoor pool, sauna, steam room, fitness room and cinema area to name a few.
The conception of these two chalets results from the desire of artists to combine two different architectures: Savoyard and contemporary. Thereby reaching the edification of works that will cross years imperturbably. The proximity with the K2 Hotel-Palace —created by the same artists— represented a leitmotif and a precedent for architectural conception of the highest quality of these two chalets.
Their facades of village stones, white plaster and wooden cladding are pure in their design with clear balustrades to give way to the stunning views on the surrounding mountains. The vegetation and landscaping of this project are equally important to contribute to the luxury and harmony of this human work; uniting environmental compliance with materials and volumes.
An equation that led us this new architectural creation in the heart of Courchevel.