Schuler Villa was designed by Andrea Pelati Architecte and is located in Neuchâtel, Switzerland. The main factor considered when planning the layout of the residence, was the privacy of its inhabitants. This way, the side facing the street is relatively closed, while the opposite facade is open towards a lovely garden. Here is more information regarding the structure of the residence from the architects: “On the ground floor, the rental apartment has the advantage of a direct access to the garden bordered with trees. In the higher levels, the entrance hall of the main apartment connects to the bedroom’s hall and a staircase that leads to the attic. At this level, the entire space is dedicated to the day zone. On the south side, the terrace extends the dining room and is opened on the park and the roof landscape of the old village.The varying height of the façade walls builds a screen against sights and allows the occupants to enjoy this space with complete serenity. On the north side, the living room is extended through a second terrace with a direct access to the private garden. The view opens then widely on the vine fields and the Jura Mountains”. How do you appreciate the design of this modern villa?