This project is dominated by an important central block that follows the inclined line of the ceiling, accompanied by an elegant profile of indirect lighting. The furniture is made entirely of reclaimed oak with particular attention to detail, such as the special recessed handles and the ones made of deer horn. These design choices recall the Engadin mountain tradition, like the base of the dining table made by a section of tree trunk. Elements that contrast with other ones of more modern design. Concerning color, the wood is in contrast with the predominant black color of the furniture, especially in the kitchen where there are black lacquered elements along with the floor of the same color.