In this week's "Great Homes" feature from The New York Times, a couple transformed a 1960's Alpine home into an open and airy family space that takes full advantage of its location in the mountains. By removing interior walls and doors, raising the roof and adding an outdoor terrace, the 3,300 square foot home is filled with light in the winter and the summer...
Therese and Paul Beckwith say their Swiss remodeling job was much easier than the three they completed in New York. They ordered many of the materials and hardware online and local Swiss contractors did the work.
For the complete story and all the photos, see In Switzerland, an Alpine Chalet from The New York Times.
(Pics: Eddy Mottaz)