To connect with nature, architect Matteo Thun used wood, glass, and the guiding principles of “organic architecture”.
Thun utilized wood and glass in a way that creates an intimate dialogue between man and nature. True to his ecologically friendly approach, energy and nature conservation are consequently executed. Here, one finds a grass-covered roof, the use of natural larch wood throughout, and internally heated clay walls in each room.
Interior design Matteo Thun
Encouraging guests to connect with nature, the designer has crafted spaces that are devoid of distracting artwork.
Clear design, warm colors, and natural materials linked to South Tyrolean history are employed throughout to achieve a simplicity that frees the mind and opens the senses. All guestrooms face either east or west, but always to the outside. Not a single piece of art on the walls distracts your personal dialogue with nature.
Well-being Life energy
Here, larches and the Dolomites blend organically into the pool area.
With spa treatments that draw connections between the unique treasures of the South Tyrolean mountains and Far Eastern healing arts, the wellness retreat at Vigilius Mountain Resort is a one-of-a-kind center for natural, healing body rituals.