Chandolin Boutique Hotel

Rooms 25   Architecture Kittel SA   Interior Design Extreme Artdesign Studio
The Original Jean-Marc and Charlotte Renaud Boutilly

Hotels Facts & Figures
Rooms
25
Architecture
Kittel SA
Interior
Design Extreme Artdesign Studio
The Original Jean-Marc and Charlotte Renaud Boutilly

Architecture

KITTEL SA

Thanks to the hotel’s façade of linseed-oil-treated wooden slats, balconies and balustrades of larch wood and cedar, and opus incertum stonework, onlookers are immediately struck by the influence that the surrounding natural landscape had on the building’s architectural identity. And with respect to the environment, technology such as thermal solar panels, dual-flow ventilation, and triple-glazing windows have been integrated into the building’s design, while south-facing balconies and large, spruce wood-framed windows showcase the visual awe of the natural world.

Interior Design

Extreme Artdesign Studio

Inside, natural stone floors and aged oak parquet flooring in the restaurant set the tone for an understated interior design that is also inspired by the hotel’s natural setting. Walls are embellished with monochromatic works of mountain sports photography, while furnishings range in texture from raw fabrics to natural leathers.

Earthy color palettes in communal areas—with warmer beiges in rooms and suites—are complemented by fir wood detailing and unpolished stonework. Large windows ensure the Alpine-chic spaces are illuminated by natural light in the day and look out onto the starry skies at night.

Interior Design
Extreme Artdesign Studio

Inside, natural stone floors and aged oak parquet flooring in the restaurant set the tone for an understated interior design that is also inspired by the hotel’s natural setting. Walls are embellished with monochromatic works of mountain sports photography, while furnishings range in texture from raw fabrics to natural leathers.

 
 

Earthy color palettes in communal areas—with warmer beiges in rooms and suites—are complemented by fir wood detailing and unpolished stonework. Large windows ensure the Alpine-chic spaces are illuminated by natural light in the day and look out onto the starry skies at night.

Interior Design
Extreme Artdesign Studio

Inside, natural stone floors and aged oak parquet flooring in the restaurant set the tone for an understated interior design that is also inspired by the hotel’s natural setting. Walls are embellished with monochromatic works of mountain sports photography, while furnishings range in texture from raw fabrics to natural leathers.

Earthy color palettes in communal areas—with warmer beiges in rooms and suites—are complemented by fir wood detailing and unpolished stonework. Large windows ensure the Alpine-chic spaces are illuminated by natural light in the day and look out onto the starry skies at night.

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