The interiors of the mountain chalets reflect the charm and tradition, the typical materials, the natural context in which they are located, even when they are characterised by an essential, pleasantly minimalist and refined style, where design and technology ensure comfort and quality.
This is the case of this emblematic luxury chalet in Courchevel 1850, located in the very popular Cospillot district, which seems to hang from the rock that borders the forest, in a preserved natural setting, surrounded by fir trees. Its exceptional plunging view is one of the most beautiful of the resort.
This high-end chalet impresses with its modernism, comfort and decoration from prestigious brands such as Fendi, Baccarat and Louis Vuitton.
With a surface area of 709 sq.m, distributed over 4 levels, the chalet, flooded with natural light than covered with old wood and enhanced with a few resolutely design details, can accommodate 14 people and has 7 bedrooms, one of which distinguish itself through a fireplece with a linear and modern appearance.
La Grande Roche, whose architecture is a subtle blend of noble materials: a mixture of old wood, slate and local old stones, Combined with leather, fur, steel, lacquer and crystal elements... has been designed in a contemporary perspective, without renouncing the functional nature of home automation solutions.
The old fir tree skates, with the authentic signs of the wood , the characteristic knots and veins, evoke the charm of yesteryear. The designer seats and leather sofas blend in a unique way with the dining table and with the small tables in the living room, magically complementing the wood. The charming corner bar is next to the semi-professional wooden kitchen.