GombitHotel

Rooms 13   Architecture DEDALO SRL   Interior Design Giò Pozzi
The Original Galeotti Nadia

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Rooms
13
Architecture
DEDALO SRL
Interior
Design Giò Pozzi
The Original Galeotti Nadia

ARCHITECTURE

THE DEFINING NOTE

The GombitHotel’s architectural heritage is its defining characteristic, with the Torre del Gombito referenced throughout the hotel’s interior. In renovating the medieval structure, great care was taken to preserve seemingly mundane elements of its former incarnations. Local artist Steven Cavagna, whose work is found in each of the hotel’s rooms, incorporated bits of wires, bolts and screws that were salvaged during renovation into his compositions, creating assemblages that oscillate between the meditative and the whimsical. In homage to the hotel’s historic shell, the building’s original 13th century stonewalls and handsomely carved wooden ceiling beams are exposed throughout its interior, creating a prosaic canvas for designer Gio Pozzi’s selection of contemporary furnishings.

Inviting seating areas and workstations are comfortably tucked away on one side of each suite. In the hotel’s two mezzanine suites, divided between an upper and lower floor, these areas are lit in part by a skylight that frames the ancient tower’s ascent above the hotel’s roof. Plush velveteen fabrics comprise the textiles found in each suite, adding to their overall comfort and warmth. 

INTERIOR DESIGN

CONTEMPORARY REFINEMENT, HISTORICAL SYMBOLISM AND PERSONALIZED LUXURY

Employing a mostly monochromatic color scheme in keeping with the building’s existing aesthetic, interior designer Gio Pozzi chose shades of light brown, flax and muted grays as her primary tones. Original wooden ceilings aged hundreds of years create a monastic ambience that Pozzi complemented with her choice of textiles, primarily handmade lightweight linens in unostentatious earth tones.

INTERIOR DESIGN
CONTEMPORARY REFINEMENT, HISTORICAL SYMBOLISM AND PERSONALIZED LUXURY

Employing a mostly monochromatic color scheme in keeping with the building’s existing aesthetic, interior designer Gio Pozzi chose shades of light brown, flax and muted grays as her primary tones. Original wooden ceilings aged hundreds of years create a monastic ambience that Pozzi complemented with her choice of textiles, primarily handmade lightweight linens in unostentatious earth tones.

Inviting seating areas and workstations are comfortably tucked away on one side of each suite. In the hotel’s two mezzanine suites, divided between an upper and lower floor, these areas are lit in part by a skylight that frames the ancient tower’s ascent above the hotel’s roof. Plush velveteen fabrics comprise the textiles found in each suite, adding to their overall comfort and warmth. 

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