Paris-based architects Atelier Cos have used a mixture of wood and glass for the latest chalet to open its doors in the Alpine resort of Les Arcs. Blending in perfectly with the surrounding scenery - and casting the spotlight on the sensational Mont Blanc views - Aiguille Grive was inspired by the avant-garde style of Charlotte Perriand, one of the founding architects of the area. Inside, interior designer Pierre-Marie Couturier has created a cosy mix of alpine and Scandinavian chic, with deep sofas, fireplaces and convivial dining tables. The seven eco-friendly cabins are independent residences that house between 4-6 double rooms each, with a sitting area, dining space and a fully equipped kitchen.
Aiguille Grive Chalets Hôtel, Bourg-Saint-Maurice, France