Mountain House By Studio Razavi Architecture


Mountain House By Studio Razavi Architecture | CONTEMPORIST

Studio Razavi Architecture have designed this recently completed house in the mountains of Manigod in France.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

Studio Razavi Architecture have designed this recently completed house in the mountains of Manigod in France.

Studio Razavi Architecture have designed this recently completed modern house in the mountains of Manigod in France.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

The house has been designed so that the garage is open to the elements, yet still covered enough to provide protection in the cooler months. Upon entering the home, there’s a room where you can hang up your wet jackets and muddy boots.


This modern mountain house has been designed so that the garage is open to the elements, yet still covered enough to provide protection in the cooler months. Upon entering the home, there's a room where you can hang up your wet jackets and muddy boots.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

Wood stairs connect the various levels of the home, while wall sconces and square windows allow light to fill the stairwell.


This modern mountain house has wood stairs that connect the various levels of the home, while wall sconces and square windows allow light to fill the stairwell.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

Normally the bedrooms would be on a higher floor of a home, however with this house, the bedrooms are located on the lower levels.


This rustic modern bedroom features dark grey accent walls, a large wood closet and desk, and windows with mountain views.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

Simple color palettes of dark grey accent walls combined with wood walls and dark carpet, keep all of the bedrooms contemporary in design.


This rustic modern bedroom features dark grey accent walls, a custom wood headboard, and a square window with mountain views.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

In this bedroom, built-in bunk beds with storage cabinets fill one side of the room, while a window adds natural light.


In this rustic modern bedroom, built-in bunk beds with storage cabinets fill one side of the room, while a window adds natural light.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

The bathrooms in the home have a similar color palette, however instead of painted grey walls the designers have used dark grey stone tiles. To allow the light to travel throughout the bathrooms, glass partitions have been used to separate the shower from the vanity area.


In this rustic modern bathroom, wood walls and ceiling have been paired with stone tiles and a glass shower partition.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

Other bathrooms in the home have a similar look, creating continuity throughout the home.


In this rustic modern bathroom, wood walls and ceiling have been paired with stone tiles and a glass shower partition.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

Heading to the top floor of the home, you realize that there’s a vaulted ceiling, creating a sense of height and openness.


Heading to the top floor of this modern mountain home, you realize that there's a vaulted ceiling, creating a sense of height and openness.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

At the top of the stairs is the kitchen. Matte black kitchen cabinets fill the wall and follow the sloped roof line.


At the top of the stairs in this modern mountain house is the kitchen. Matte black kitchen cabinets fill the wall and follow the sloped roof line.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

Just off the kitchen is a covered balcony with views of the mountains.


The covered balcony of this mountain house is the perfect place to enjoy the views.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

Beside the kitchen is the living room. A wall of windows that also follow the roof line frames the picturesque view, while a large black fireplace can be lit to provide warmth to the home in the colder months.


This rustic modern living room features a wall of windows that follow the roof line and frames the picturesque view, while a large black fireplace can be lit to provide warmth to the home in the colder months.
Photography by Olivier Martin-Gambier

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