Bedrooms, living room, corridors and kitchen are laid out in lime-washed, oiled and brushed wood strip planking in either larch or rustic oak. Bathroom floors and parts of the kitchen floor have structured composite stone tiling in typical Valser region granite.
Walls in the bathroom and shower are finished with structured composite stone tiles in the same relief typical of the Valser region. Non-wet surfaces are skimmed and painted.
Superior quality fixtures and fittings; exclusive, hard-wearing fronts; high standard of finish; natural stone worktops; integral lighting. Appliances: ceramic hob, fan oven including grill and steamer, dishwasher, fridge with separate freezer, airflow extractor fan.
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Plastering / paintwork
Walls have basic skimming with 0.5mm of rendering, ceilings of the apartments are finished with flat white skimming and, like the walls, are coated with mineral-based paint. Curtail rails are sunk into the ceiling and flush with the plaster; rails can be fixed to the walls on the mansard floor.
The wardrobes and cleaning cupboard are finished either with lime-washed larch or rustic oak veneers. There is an open cloak cupboard with a fixed hat-shelf, chrome coat rail, and drawers at floor level, as well as a closed element fitted with interior shelves. Room-height external sheds on the terraces at garage level are set on a plinth, have double doors and are finished in solid larch.
Fireplaces have air-circulation systems.
Sound-resistant entrance door set in a solid frame with built-in safety strip and security lock with 3-point locking mechanism. Door furnishings are in matt stainless steel designed to accommodate a security barrel-lock and include a spyhole. Door panel, inner frame covering and tread are in solid wood with lime-washed larch veneers. Threshold includes an integral dirt trap. All interior doors are in wood with solid frames and are without sills.
Utility room / cellar
Panelled doors, either spray-painted in white or covered in synthetic laminate. Floor base in monolithic / hard concrete finished with floor paint. Walls are covered in white paint. Ceilings are rough cast. Cellars have electric power points. Utility rooms are equipped with a washer/dryer stack.
Electrical fittings / lights
All rooms have a central light fitting in the ceiling. On the mansard floor, rooms with sloping eaves have sockets with dedicated lamp switches. Bathrooms, kitchens, and corridors all have light fittings in the ceilings. The bathroom mirror cabinets come with fitted sockets and integral lighting. Each veranda / balcony has a single outside socket and an exterior lamp fitted to the wooden ceiling. Living rooms and bedrooms have at least 3 power points. Bathrooms also have an electric fitting for the installation of a heated towel rail. WCs have fittings for the installation of a Japanese-style combined bidet-toilet.
BKSHomeNet® multi-media cabling system with sockets in the living room and all bedrooms.
Exterior surroundings / gardens
The patio on the inner courtyard has wooden decking in larch, as do the terraces and loggias. Flat roofs are insulated green roof constructions laid out with lawns and bushes to a height of 50-60cm. Functional exterior lighting. Main entrance has a rendered archway.
Ceilings / walls / façade
Ground-based perimeter walls in the underground garage and at garden level in reinforced concrete. Insulation to the perimeters at apartment level. Interior walls in sand-lime brickwork and, where required for structural purposes, in concrete cast in situ. Ceilings of the residential buildings and underground garage are in concrete cast in situ, with thicknesses varying in accordance with structural specifications and acoustic requirements. Exterior walls have a cavity wall construction with brick facings at garage level and natural stone facings at basement level 1. Walls dividing the apartments from the central stairwell have cavity wall constructions in concrete and brick. Dividing walls between adjoining apartments are also cavity wall constructions. All walls have rendering on both sides from the ground floor up to the mansard floor. At garden level they have rendering on the interiors and natural stone cladding on the outside. Openings in the walls have exposed concrete lintels.
Foundations / underground garage
The floor base at basement level 2 is a monolithic cement slab. The underground garage is also in the form of a monolithic slab construction. Garage interiors are finished in rough concrete with or without paint; exterior walls are clad in natural stone. The underground garage at basement level 1 has a poured asphalt surface layer to protect the concrete screed. Walls and ceilings are painted.
Pitched roofs have wooden beams and timbers. Soffits under the eaves are in wood, while external roof covering is in Eternit slates (fibre cement tiles). Flat roofs are insulated green roof constructions.
Drains and pipework
All drains and pipework are in copper.
Electronically-operated tilting door in aluminium, with individual remote control.
External doors / entrance hall
The entrance lobby with its main doors and porch is a wood and glass construction with triple-glazed, insulated glass and larch wood joinery. Entrance doors at basement level and to the underground garage are of glass and metal construction with triple-glazed, insulated glass. The underground garage has a poured asphalt protective layer on the concrete screed floor base. Sensor-operated automatic lighting.
Treads and landings are fixed to the stairwell walls with noise-reducing battens.
Construction in concrete cast in situ or ready-made fixtures. Rounded handrails on staircases in solid larch with straight ends. Angled handrail brackets have matt finishes and are invisibly fixed to the wall. Staircase landings and treads are in dyed monolithic concrete. The porch has heavy-duty dirt trap matting. Stairwell walls and ceilings are rendered with 0.5mm skimming and painted. Sensor-operated automatic lighting.
Triple-glazed, energy-efficient and noise reducing insulated glass. Window frames and casements in solid larch. Glass rating is U-value 0.70 W/m2K. Each room has at least one window with a tilt-and-turn mechanism.
Sun protection / blinds
The apartments have vertical roller blinds made out of sailcloth. Electronically operated cord-pulley mechanism.
Each of the residential buildings has a wheelchair-accessible lift for 6-8 people. Cabin floors are laid out with heavy-duty dirt trap matting; walls are in brushed steel; one wall is lined with mirror.
Semi-centralised comfort ventilation system based on a central heat-recovery unit and de-centralised comfort ventilation units in each apartment that can be individually regulated. Every flat comes with its own, individually operated ventilation system. The underground garage is mechanically ventilated. The system removes noxious gases. There is also a CO2/NO monitor.
Heating system / distribution
Heat is produced centrally via a pellet-based burner located at basement level 1 in Building A. Each unit has an individual meter installed to measure heat used for the purposes of customised billing. Warmth is distributed by low-temperature underfloor heating. Heating can be individually regulated room by room. Heating can be switched on or off and adjusted by SMS or internet.
Individual meter cupboards installed in each unit and equipped with the standard requisite safety fuses and circuit breakers.
Post box / entry system
Central letter box and intercom entry system with electronic door opener at the main entrance on the ground floor. Doorbell at every apartment entrance in the stairwell, with intercom entry system in the corridor of each unit.
Terraces / loggias
Windowsills and loggia lintels in natural stone. Terrace and loggia floors have a waterproof covering. Balcony bases in concrete fixed by cantilevered plates to the interior concrete ceilings. Wood decking floor coverings in untreated larch. Downlighters embedded in the wooden ceiling slats.