5 of the best Late-Season Ski Breaks
1/ THE LOFT AT TOTEM TERMINAL NEIGE Flaine, France
The utopian resort of Flaine was created in the ’60s by the Hungarian-American master of Bauhaus architecture, Marcel Breuer, and everything from the street lamps to the ski lifts carry his design stamp. The hip Totem Terminal Neige is where his vision makes its greatest impact: the linear Brutalist exterior of exposed concrete maximizes the alpine views and winter sun, while inside are cozy textures and flea-market finds. Book in to the semi-self-contained loft with a group of up to six: the vast open-plan living space comes complete with a walk-around Breuer-designed fireplace, opening out onto a wide sunny terrace – it’s the ultimate spot for an après-ski party.