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Hirsch

Tradition from a new perspective

The architecture of Hirsch is inspired by the “Stadel”, a traditional building shape found in neighbouring Goms. The larch-clad building rises from the solid stone base, with the two sections separated by a glass façade. All apartments in the building feature a natural-stone fireplace and a balcony or garden patio.

Cosy living spaces

In their use of materials, the interior spaces are reminiscent of the traditional chalet style common to the area. Natural materials – such as a soapstone fireplace, oak parquet floors and wood-clad walls and ceilings – create a snug atmosphere. Because they are fronted by spacious balconies, the living and dining rooms can extend into the outdoor zone on sunny days.

Living area with fireplace, seating group and coffee table, sliding doors, and balcony, as well as white eat-in kitchen
Stone fireplace alongside a comfortable seating group with coffee table
Bedroom with nightstand, lamp, wall painting, and large windows

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