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.