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The apartment interior is a modern interpretation of the traditional Alpine style. All furniture was made to measure specifically for this unit. Special attention was placed on using high-quality materials and refined craftsmanship.

Massive wood detailing, nappa leather and basalt stone form a harmonious combination of traditional and luxurious materials. The sophisticated lighting concept by the designers Moltoluce and Niche Modern adds a modern touch to the ambience.

The custom kitchen is fully equipped including an induction stove, oven, steamer, teppanyaki grill, wine cooler and cupboards that open automatically by touch.

Thanks to-floor-to-ceiling windows facing south and west, the dining room benefits from the beauty of the natural light and fantastic views.

The master suite features a cozy bedroom, a spacious dressing room and a luxurious bathroom with a bathtub and leads directly to a private sauna.

The large windows of the south-west-facing bedroom enables residents to wake up to fantastic view of the Alps.

The bathrooms are equipped with handmade basalt basins. Tastefully selected fixtures from the designers of Dornbracht complete the overall feeling of luxury.

The third bedroom also has a south oriented floor to ceiling window that provides ample morning sun. Just as the other two bedrooms, it also benefits from an en-suite bathroom.

The high rooms of ‘Cristal’ form the backdrop for an art collection specially curated by Swiss Property. The exquisite works by the established artist Mel Ramos and the emerging young talents, Laurent Segretier and Nikolai Winter, all have references to pop art and form a coherent ensemble. The pieces provide a fresh contrast the rustic furnishings of the apartment. Individual pieces can be purchased separately upon request.

The building’s wellness area includes a pool, steam bath and sun terrace – to relax against the backdrop of the magnificent Alpine landscape.