Gallery: Green-Roofed Serpentine Swiss Lake Resort has a See-Through Sk...

The serpentine Bathing Beach Seeburg resort on the shore of Lake Lucerne in Küssnacht am Rigi, Switzerland is an airy and unconventional low-impact building. GKS Architekten und Partner AG Architecture’s design is made from mostly from wood, and the structure is left raw to reflect its construction. The outer paneling is transparent to reveal the wall system while flooding the interior with natural light. The low-slung building is divided into four distinct sections, features soft materials, and is topped with a green roof.

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