In the chestnut woods, below Soglio, lie the huts with quarry stone walls and wooden infill. The rustic huts are part of the image of the Bergell slopes. They are simple, utilitarian buildings, but in the eyes of holiday-loving guests they convey an idyllic sense of security. The Hospital building is based on this image. Each little house contains two rooms. The small houses huddle together and form a row; their coloured gable fields can be seen from behind. A chapel is also integrated into the complex. It is housed in a halved grey-plastered concrete egg with embedded windows. The access,the communal room and staff spaces are located in simple, plastered volumes; they hold the ensemble together and lead over to the old building. The old people's home walls are painted as a collage, citing regional elements and are reminiscent of a colourful picture book. The elders feel at home, they sit on the pergola and look at the Sciora mountain peaks.
Old people's centre and hospital