A Sliced-Up House Comes Together Again

A Sliced-Up House Comes Together Again

By Mary Ore
This bisected 17th-century house in the Swiss Alps transforms into a 970-square-foot home for a British designer and his family.

When British architectural designer Jonathan Tuckey was hired for a project in Andermatt, Switzerland, he didn’t expect he’d end up moving his family from the hurly-burly of London to a serene Alpine village surrounded by nature’s marvels. Such a bold change of pace—he commuted four days a week from Andermatt to London to run his design studio—reflects the joy in contrasts that informs and energizes his award-winning designs.

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