Typical of all Monolit apartments is the east-west exposition of the dayrooms, which follows the valley’s orientation. Kitchen and dining areas look out toward the border, and on the opposite side, from the living room or wind-sheltered veranda, one can enjoy the unobstructed view toward Tarasp Castle and the Upper Engadin.
In the new residential quarter, Monolit, virtually anything is possible: there are quotas set for both primary and secondary domiciles, as well as condominium or rental apartments. This various-use concept, but more importantly, the high proportion of primary domiciles, guarantees a lively residential quarter with a familiar and friendly atmosphere, which also integrates holiday flat owners into both the village and the immediate community.
The new residential estate, is made attractive by its well-lit, open and relaxed community concept. The structural elements of the nine apartment buildings, placed variously in a natural configuration, are made accessible on foot by lit pathways, and are surrounded by generous amounts of green area. The individual, large monolith shapes produce the impression of rock pillars placed along landscape contours, between which spread broad spans of open space.
Built in: 2015
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