Exterior and Interior renders with arial view for a new construction in a lovely little Swiss village. An entrance sporting four garages on the north side and on the south, lovely gardens with patios, swimming pools with decks; sun from morning until early evening. Both east and west sides of the building have a balcony with a retaining wall offering privacy from the street below. The green energy contribution of this structure is the solar panels that span 50 sq. meters on the southern rooftop. Not just typical panels for this home, but tiled rectangular panels that fit within the space of the roof tile bevelled edges... discrete, efficient and attractive. This residence was designed by Architect Didier Charrière of Atelier DC and Nicolas Duvoisin of Valgérance Agence immobilière/Gestion du projet, both contributing to this modern structure that integrates well within the homes and farms of the Swiss traditional architecture of this lovely village.