Snow, wood, a fireplace, large spaces, are the ideals synonymous with charm and conviviality that make us dream when we imagine a mountain chalet.
Combining luxury and elegance, it is the cosy atmosphere that the architect Gaston Regairaz has managed to in this magnificent chalet in Courchevel 1850.
Chalet Perce Neige, located 1300 m from the centre of the resort, in the Nogentil district with a direct exit on the Cospillot piste and 100m from the Pralong piste, is a luxury ski to ski chalet built with the greatest respect for alpine traditions.
The 685 sq. m chalet, with a contemporary and imposing architecture, can accommodate 14 people, has 6 bedrooms including 1 "Master" and 7 bathrooms on 4 levels served by an elevator. The lounge and the Master pass just above the fir trees offering a clear view with the magical impression of being in the middle of the forest, like a natural lookout.
The large opening distributed on a part of the roof facing the living room is highlighted in order to better exploit the light. The interior decoration in natural colours favours elegance in order to keep an impression of space and optimal brightness.
This chalet, with its modern lines and the characteristics of the place, in order to obtain a typically mountain atmosphere, is none other than the combination of several noble materials. No shutters but heavy blackout wool curtains, with delicate chevron. Wool blankets felted the different rooms and enriched the decor with other textures.