Rebuilding of a mountain pasture hut, Tschappina
The existing mountain pasture hut, built in the 14th Century, is hardly used any more due to its small dimensions. The mountain pasture hut was built of stone and timber and no longer meets the present-day requirements for watertightness and thermal insulation. The mountain pasture hut is to be brought up to a modern standard by a renovation. The optimum use of space will be achieved with the planned single-room hut, thus guaranteeing the future use and preservation of the mountain pasture hut. The very old solid quarrystone walls as well as the vaulted cellar and the scraffito paintings on the facades are to be retained and restored. The identity of the building including its environment is retained with the planned measures.