The charming Snail House was designed by Atelier and is located in Reinhardsmunster, France. Its original architecture was imposed by the terrain, a very challenging slope According to the architects, this layout offered many advantages, such as respect of the original land, minimal earth-moving, multiple openings with centered views, direct entrances to each storey (the roof is also fully used), small visual impact, efficient natural thermal insulation. The overall result is truly spectacular and the crib looks different from any standpoint. We particularly like the roof and the “entertainment” resources it implies. The interiors remind one of a beautiful modern mountain home. Good taste and impeccable planning contribute to this home’s image of a quiet and peaceful place to be. How do you appreciate the architecture of this home?  [Photography: Stéphane Spach ]