The architectural language of the house is very simple and straightforward. We have tried to resume some of the elements of the existing house such as the veranda and also the large overhang on the sides and in front of the house. The two-lined roof with larch shingles resumes the style of the Ladin houses. The base is made of masonry, while the two floors above are completely in wood. In our projects we try to use characteristic elements and materials of the Ladin architecture, which will be interpreted in a modern language, always taking into account the integration of the project into the surrounding environment.
We have created a three-storey residential home with two housing units. On the north-east side of the house we positioned the garage for two cars. We have deliberately sought to structurally distinguish this room from the house. The main access takes place on the north side via a gallery that structurally represents the "parincinch" (a traditional wooden structure that was used to dry the hay). On the south-east side we tried to retrieve the old barrack room with its old "mogun" (masonry stove) and transform it into the dining room.