To work with the architect to create a Chalet that is spacious, glamorous and atmospheric. Each room to be situated on a demi-level so that all the rooms flow. The design should incorporate elegant colonial furnishings with a contemporary twist, almost a Ralph Lauren Polo Club atmosphere. The living space should comfortably seat 12 people with a large coffee table to socialise around. The two large outside decks should incorporate a dining area and a luxurious seating plan.
The success of Chalet Bouquetin’s design scheme was the cumulative effect of contrasting shades and layering of textures. The colour palette of sand, taupe, black and grey, echo the Chalet’s natural surroundings. A variety of materials were incorporated including wood, stone, wool, leather, linen, silk and crystal. A four metre Chelsom drop crystal chandelier adorns the entrance hall way. Porta Romana lamps are positioned throughout the chalet.
A designer coffee table creates a focal point in the living room positioned with two large bespoke sofas.
Talented artists including painters and sculptors have been commissioned to create 12 unique works of art for Chalet Bouquetin.
Trip Advisor quotes:
I think this is one of the best spec chalets I have ever seen, let alone stayed in, Hot tub, cinema room, amazing sauna, proper boot and ski facilities.
Paul F, London, Jan 2013
The chalet is out of this world and made our stay extra special. From the moment we landed in Geneva we were treated like VIPs.
KLA Shark, Leeds, April 2013