Huus Gstaad

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The Original Günter Weilguni & Marwan Naja

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136
Architecture
Stylt Trampoli
Interior
Design Stylt Trampoli
The Original Günter Weilguni & Marwan Naja

Built in a classic Alpine chalet style, the building has undergone a gut renovation that holds onto the traditional styles of local Swiss architecture, while at the same time infusing it with a sense of modernity. The seven-story structure overlooks the villages of Saanen and Gstaad in a picturesque setting with fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.

Architecture

STYLT TRAMPOLI AB

Working with a building originally constructed in the 1980s, Erik Nissen Johansen—the visionary architect and artist behind Stylt Trampoli—has removed walls and enlarged windows to expose the region’s extraordinary grandeur and natural beauty while also ensconcing guests in an inviting, home-like setting.

Architecture
STYLT TRAMPOLI AB

Working with a building originally constructed in the 1980s, Erik Nissen Johansen—the visionary architect and artist behind Stylt Trampoli—has removed walls and enlarged windows to expose the region’s extraordinary grandeur and natural beauty while also ensconcing guests in an inviting, home-like setting.

Built in a classic Alpine chalet style, the building has undergone a gut renovation that holds onto the traditional styles of local Swiss architecture, while at the same time infusing it with a sense of modernity. The seven-story structure overlooks the villages of Saanen and Gstaad in a picturesque setting with fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.

INTERIOR DESIGN

MOUNTAIN MAJESTY

A mix of traditional patterns with contemporary materials and styles, Huus Gstaad creates a sense of familiarity amid a setting of warmth and wonder. Rich colors, textured patterns, and comfortable corners invite one to get lost in the hotel’s timeless mountain environment.

The overall design of the hotel, which includes fantastic food and drink offerings as well as a library and communal fireplace, celebrates the notion of togetherness. Huus Gstaad is where local traditions meet international influences, giving guests a true taste of the Alps with a cosmopolitan twist.

INTERIOR DESIGN
MOUNTAIN MAJESTY

A mix of traditional patterns with contemporary materials and styles, Huus Gstaad creates a sense of familiarity amid a setting of warmth and wonder. Rich colors, textured patterns, and comfortable corners invite one to get lost in the hotel’s timeless mountain environment.

 
 

The overall design of the hotel, which includes fantastic food and drink offerings as well as a library and communal fireplace, celebrates the notion of togetherness. Huus Gstaad is where local traditions meet international influences, giving guests a true taste of the Alps with a cosmopolitan twist.

INTERIOR DESIGN
MOUNTAIN MAJESTY

A mix of traditional patterns with contemporary materials and styles, Huus Gstaad creates a sense of familiarity amid a setting of warmth and wonder. Rich colors, textured patterns, and comfortable corners invite one to get lost in the hotel’s timeless mountain environment.

The overall design of the hotel, which includes fantastic food and drink offerings as well as a library and communal fireplace, celebrates the notion of togetherness. Huus Gstaad is where local traditions meet international influences, giving guests a true taste of the Alps with a cosmopolitan twist.

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