CHESA 103 Engadiner Haus

In the little village of S-chanf, one of the most well preserved, almost untouched historical rural villages of the upper engadin, we found this old house. When we first seen it, horses where still living in the basement, the typical Suler was divided in smaller rooms and the barn had been divided on two floors. Fortunately our client shared with us high expectations and saw all its potential. The rest has all been a fine work of restoration, dedication to details and careful choice of local materials. Everything has been carefully chosen and designed, from the handmade letterbox to each door and handle. We have learned a lot form the local craftsman and the delicate taste of the client keeping the character of the house in its context,