A 17th-Century Building in the Swiss Alps Is Reimagined as a Residence, Rental, and Wine Bar

A 17th-Century Building in the Swiss Alps Is Reimagined as a Residence, Rental, and Wine Bar

By Kelly Vencill Sanchez / Photos by James Brittain
Designer Jonathan Tuckey reconfigures a stone-and-timber structure for contemporary living.

Jonathan Tuckey doesn’t so much whisper to old buildings as listen to them. Known for his innovative updates to historic homes, the British architectural designer was the obvious choice when his friends Al and Francesca Breach decided to bring new life to Nossenhaus, a centuries-old stone-and-timber structure they’d bought in the Swiss village of Andermatt. 

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