A monolithic cube stands as an architectural element in the middle of the dayroom. This monolith helps form the room by dividing the central space into eating and living areas. However, the cube functions as much more than a room divider: beside its function as kitchen and fireplace, it also contains a cloakroom, storage room and even serves as conduit for the building’s utilities. Through its detached placement and its special tonality, it is clearly distinguished from the sequence of rooms, dividing the light-flooded dayroom without detracting from its spaciousness. The Monolith itself becomes in this context a central and remarkable element, and together with the imposing view, is an identifying characteristic of the modern MONLIT apartments in Scuol.