The room from Lavin

The Lavin room, which was built in the 16th century, corresponds to the original shape of the Engadine room. Instead of windows, it contains small peepholes with sliders; at that time the holes were often covered with dried pig bladders. The parlor already has the typical layout for the Engadine house: the oven, which is heated from the kitchen, is next to the door. A trap door (bural) and a narrow staircase behind the stove lead to the bedroom on the upper floor.

typische Engadinerstube mit Ofen