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Angled Chalet in the Austrian Alps Tries Modern On For Size

From self-sufficient huts to chalets that look like bird nests, the European Alps are full of architectural marvels. And while it may not be a camouflaged boulder, this modern take on the classic chalet in Austria still has us looking twice. Located in a small village near the Kitzbuhel Ski Area, SoNo Architects designed the multi-leveled structure to take advantage of the site's steep slope. A paneled glass wall overlooks the valley below while the gabled roofs are meant to mimic the surrounding peaks.

Curbed Ski has delicious interior shots. >>