A White Ribbon Winds Its Way Through This House In Switzerland

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Photography by Peter Wuermli

 

This family home overlooking Lake Zurich in Switzerland, has a ribbon-like surface folding its way through the home, defining the various floors.

 

This family home on Lake Zurich, Switzerland, seems almost ribbon-like in its design, with the white facade folding its way through the home, easily defining the various floors.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

The home, designed by Evolution Design, resembles a futuristic vessel that has sailed in from the lake and found itself a natural place to dock.


The home, designed by Evolution Design, resembles a futuristic vessel that has sailed in from the lake and found itself a natural place to dock.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

The white ribbon also continues past the home to allow for outdoor space.


The ribbon-like white facade allows for outdoor spaces to be added to this home.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

The main deck can be accessed from the living areas on the main floor of the home.


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Photography by Peter Wuermli

At night, the home lights up like a lantern.


At night, this home in Switzerland lights up like a lantern.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

Upon entering the home, you’re greeted by floor-to-ceiling windows that perfectly frame views of the lake.


A small wooden dining table separates the kitchen and living room in this home.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

At one end of the main floor is the kitchen that’s filled with rounded corners.


This white kitchen has curved edges and a wooden counter-top.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

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Photography by Peter Wuermli

At the opposite end of the main floor is the living area.


This living area has a large wall of built-in shelves.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

The curves seen on the exterior of the house are also a feature inside the home.


This living room has curves that match the curves on the exterior of the home.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

A illuminated spiral staircase takes you to the upper floors of the home.


This lit up spiral staircase is like a piece of art in this home.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

On the first floor of the home, there’s a guest bedroom and a master bedroom, that are both accessed from the landing.

The landing has a void that allows you to look down into the living area.


The stair landing in this home, has a void that allows you to look down into the living area on the floor below.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

The guest bedroom has a curved wall, just like in the living room, as well as an ensuite bathroom.


This guest bedroom has a curved wall, as well as an ensuite bathroom.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

Opposite the guest bedroom is the master bedroom, where you wake up to views of the lake.


This master bedroom has floor-to-ceiling windows to take advantage of the view of the lake.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

In the master bathroom, there’s a glass-enclosed shower, a bathtub with a wooden surround, and a large picture window to allow plenty of natural light to fill the space.


In this master bathroom, there's a glass-enclosed shower, a bathtub with a wooden surround, and a large picture window to allow plenty of natural light to fill the space.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

The top floor of the home, has a studio space with a 180 degree view of the lake.


The top floor of this home, has a studio space with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide a 180 degree view of the lake.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

Just off the studio, there’s a curved deck.


This family house on Lake Zurich, Switzerland, has a curved wooden deck to enjoy the views.

Photography by Peter Wuermli

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