Parish House by Geninasca Delefortrie Architects

There cannot be a better definition of a ‘beautiful location’ than the Parish house in Saint-Blaise, Switzerland. Switzerland is already a beautiful country and then this Parish house is located in Saint-Blaise in front of a temple. The structure is made up of four lots defined by some old walls sheltering some orchards. The final project got two sides which include a reserved part translated by the nature of its secondary building and it gets a twin-framed roof right at the bottom of the garden. The second portion is the official one which is made up of a glass façade and of a single piece overhang that directly faces the church.[Geninasca Delefortrie Architects]

Published by in Architecture, on May 26th, 2010


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