Schgaguler Hotel

Rooms 42   Architecture Peter Pichler Architecture   Interior Design Peter Pichler Architecture & Martin Schgaguler
The Original Martin, Sandra, Tobias & Peter Schgaguler

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Rooms
42
Architecture
Peter Pichler Architecture
Interior
Design Peter Pichler Architecture & Martin Schgaguler
The Original Martin, Sandra, Tobias & Peter Schgaguler

ARCHITECTURE

Peter Pichler Architecture

Though the hotel’s architectural style is far from the predictable Alpine lodge, its sculptured, cubic, and almost skeletal white-framed façade is entirely at home here, evoking the snowcapped geology of the Dolomites while respecting local context and the surroundings. It even plays with the area’s architectural vernacular by incorporating such elements as the typical sloped roof.

INTERIOR DESIGN

Peter Pichler Architecture and Martin Schgaguler

The hotel’s interiors are inspired by the simplicity of life in the mountains, characterized by rich tones set against smooth resin flooring, linen accents, bespoke chestnut carpentry, and designer furnishings that add an elegance through form.

Large-format mountain photographs by Martin Schgaguler capture that phenomenon of “becoming one with nature/loss of self” common to Alpinists. Loden fabrics and Merino wool blankets complete the hotel’s warm embrace.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Peter Pichler Architecture and Martin Schgaguler

The hotel’s interiors are inspired by the simplicity of life in the mountains, characterized by rich tones set against smooth resin flooring, linen accents, bespoke chestnut carpentry, and designer furnishings that add an elegance through form.

 
 

Large-format mountain photographs by Martin Schgaguler capture that phenomenon of “becoming one with nature/loss of self” common to Alpinists. Loden fabrics and Merino wool blankets complete the hotel’s warm embrace.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Peter Pichler Architecture and Martin Schgaguler

The hotel’s interiors are inspired by the simplicity of life in the mountains, characterized by rich tones set against smooth resin flooring, linen accents, bespoke chestnut carpentry, and designer furnishings that add an elegance through form.

Large-format mountain photographs by Martin Schgaguler capture that phenomenon of “becoming one with nature/loss of self” common to Alpinists. Loden fabrics and Merino wool blankets complete the hotel’s warm embrace.

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