Flourishing in the staggering green scenery of Switzerland, there is an artist’s atelier designed by Mino Caggiula Architects.

Arranged in the little town of Origlio, the building was created for Ecuadorian artist Alice Trepp. Explained by smooth natural structures, the project references the delicate shapes of the surrounding landscape.

The natural curves of the walls and rooftop bend together to encompass the insides. A facade made of glass is the focal point rising beneath concrete overhangs.

The facade fills up the insides with natural light and gives breathtaking views of the surrounding scenery.

Indented into the ground and covered in vegetation, the atelier is in total harmony with its own setting. Just like a cavern, a sudden and wide cavity creates an opening in the building’s volume.

Including a peaceful body of water, the enclosing shape offers a perfect spot for spawning inspiration while contemplating the reflections of light on water.