The Silva Julia project, built on the upper part of Silvaplana, consists of five Engadine-style houses. Each characterized by its own uniqueness, the properties are built with state-of-the-art technologies, including a geothermal heating system that ensures environmental compliance and minimized operating costs.

Fir wood salvaged from old barns and carpentries in the Engadine region was used for the exterior components. Traditional Valmalenco stone tiles compose the pitched roofs. The facades, decorated by a famous local artist, incorporate traditional Engadine motifs. The houses are divided into apartments of different sizes, with fully customized furnishings and finishes. Silva Julia includes Engadine’s first property with controlled mechanical ventilation, lowering operating costs and improving air quality.

The properties benefit from stunning views of Lake Silvaplana and the surrounding forest due to their elevated location. Accessible only via a limited-access road, once connecting the town to the Julier Pass (Julier Pass), Silva Julia provides privacy and tranquility while remaining within a few hundred meters of stores, a small grocery shop, and direct public transportation to the valley’s ski lifts.