Green reconstruction project for an accommodation facility

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The project: demolition and reconstruction of an hotel

2022 - present

The design of the hotel aims to integrate seamlessly with the surrounding environment, taking full advantage of the extraordinary mountain views, the varying terrain elevations, and the privileged access to the ski resort.

The architectural project: balancing design and usability

The first building, characterized by a more traditional style in harmony with the surrounding chalets, will house a restaurant specializing in the valley’s typical cuisine. Inside, there will be six rooms with panoramic views, and a large outdoor dining area has been designed to offer an al fresco dining experience. The connection between the two buildings is through a stone staircase immersed in greenery, evoking images of peace and harmony with nature, adding a touch of beauty and functionality while allowing a complete view of both hotel volumes, the ski lift, and the surrounding natural beauty.

The second volume, with an area of approximately 755 m², will be dedicated to standard and family suites, offering spacious and comfortable accommodations for guests. Additionally, there will be a breakfast bar area with direct access to a large terrace offering a stunning panoramic view. The SPA will be located within this building and will include various saunas, sensory showers, and a heated pool extending onto an outdoor terrace, providing guests with breathtaking views of the valley and the ski slopes. To further enrich the guest experience, welcoming and relaxation areas such as a reading/lounge room are planned.

Furthermore, heated storage rooms for winter and summer mountain sports equipment have been designed, ensuring adequate space to store necessary gear for outdoor activities in every season.

XLAM and energy efficiency: a sustainable design

Our team managed the entire design process, from the feasibility phase to the executive one, maintaining constant attention to ensure the client not only maximized space efficiency but also an optimal construction and system approach.

Both volumes will be constructed using the XLAM wood system, an option that not only offers structural solidity but also significantly contributes to the building’s environmental and energy sustainability along with execution speed. These panels, combined with natural insulating materials, ensure low thermal transmittance.

To further reduce environmental impact, the hotel will be equipped with a photovoltaic system aimed at sustainable energy production, thus helping to reduce CO2 emissions. For heating and cooling, electric heat pumps were chosen, an energy-efficient option in line with sustainability standards.

In conclusion, the project reflects a continuous commitment to balancing tradition and modernity, offering a unique experience to visitors through a harmonious combination of design, sustainability, and functionality.