Modern Villa Design – in Switzerland by JM Architecture
A modern villa that can be found on the slopes of Lake Lugano in Switzerland, with overlooking beautiful lake and mountain natural scenery, with 3,700 square-foot polygonal glass shape. Designed by the Milan based JM Architecture by Jacopo Mascheroni ” The glass pavilion overlooks two much defined areas: the first, toward the mountain, is a very private zone resulted in the area between the property line and the building setback line according to the local building code. The second is a garden overlooking the lake. In the same way, the bedrooms face a garden enclosed by the building and the perimeter wall. In the interior all the additional functions of the pavilion are contained in a central lacquered wood block, which acts as a sort of a thick penetrable wall that separates the kitchen from the living room without dividing the space with doors, and in which are located the powder room, the kitchen, the stairs, bookcases, all mechanical systems and the technological and audio-video equipment.” Villa polygonal glass shape is engineering feat resulting in an innovative modern design, it is unlike any other house in the village.