Luxury Apartments in Kappl, Austria

Stone & Glass Fireplace, Fur Rug, Stone Flooring, Apartments in Kappl, Austria

Chalet Canelle was completed by the Mallorca based East West Real Estate International. These mountainside apartments have been designed to take advantage of the wonderful mountain views, the interiors utilize locally sourced materials including stone, glass, wood and fur.

Chalet Canelle is located in Kappl, Austria.

 Apartments in Kappl, Austria

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Chalet Canelle in Kappl, Austria, details by East West Real Estate International:

“Located on a steep mountain slope, this structure is a testament to contemporary alpine architecture, with the layout of each apartment designed to take advantage of the panoramic views.

Interiors employ locally sourced materials inspired by the natural surroundings – stone, wood, glass and fur. It was important that each apartment receives its individual identity while preserving the character of the whole building.”


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