Chalet Béranger is an impressive three-story chalet by designer Noé Duchaufour Lawrance in the French Alps. This is a fantastic minimalist space that incorporates the classic principles of a traditional chalet, but is given in a modern way, far removed from traditional geometry. Resolutely fluid and modern, the result is a series of lines and organic forms that are arranged around a wooden band. Above the entire building is a large main room that defines the focal point of the chalet where the family gathers around a warm fireplace. Desks, chairs, and other items from the same designer are placed alongside other designer furniture around each room. Fir and Vals stone walls and floors surround a whirlpool on the first floor, while concrete floors can be found in other rooms. The space looks very unusual, minimalist and surreal, it’s a new way of looking at what a chalet should look like.