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Entertainment Italian Hotel Has New Hobbit Hole-esque Wellness Centre

17:27  01 october  2020
17:27  01 october  2020 Source:   covermg.com

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A stunning hotel in South Tyrol, Italy , has a new hobbit hole -style wellness centre . The Apfelhotel (APPLEHOTEL) TORGGLERHOF has been In 2020, 18 new suites were built for guests and carefully designed to fit into the farmyard's landscape structure. NOA* designed the wellness area as

A stunning hotel in South Tyrol, Italy , has a new hobbit hole -style wellness centre . The Apfelhotel (APPLEHOTEL) TORGGLERHOF has been In 2020, 18 new suites were built for guests and carefully designed to fit into the farmyard's landscape structure. NOA* designed the wellness area as

A stunning hotel in South Tyrol, Italy, has a new Hobbit Hole-style wellness centre. The Apfelhotel (Applehotel) Torgglerhof, in the town of St. Martin in Passeier, has been newly-redesigned, including a Tolkien-esque entrance to its treatment area. In 2014, design creatives noa* (network of architecture), won a design competition for expanding the hotel’s existing structure, which was implemented in several stages. In 2016, the main building with the restaurant as well as the old barn were dismantled and stripped back for conversion. In 2020, 18 new suites were built for guests and carefully designed to fit into the farmyard’s landscape structure while complementing the rural surroundings. A special emphasis was placed on preserving the characteristic of the farmhouse ensemble and maintaining its scale. As the central “masterpiece” of this rural development, noa* designed a wellness area with architecture and greenery that resemble a modern lush garden. A kind of “green heart” that, like the apple-shaped sauna, integrates smoothly and fully into the landscape. noa* explain: “The entire Apfelhotel project reflects the nature and passion of its family-owners, whose aim is to make people feel truly at home, rather than like a hotel guest. Together with noa*, the architecture was created with a great sense of integrity towards this special place, which becomes a unit with nature, ties in with its history, and maintains its own identity through applied design - where occasionally, glimpses of the apple can be seen in the surrounding nature and design.”

a large stone building with a mountain in the background © Alex Filz/noa*/Cover Images

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