Halwina Hideaway is a wooden mountain hotel located in Vorarlberg, Austria, designed with modern elegance by Baumeister Jürgen Haller in 2021.
Nestled in a clearing surrounded by vast forests and mountains, Halwina was built with great sensitivity and according to old craftsmanship. Its traditional gable roof volume is intended to continue the proportions of the typical building form of the area, while its cladding and window openings break up its facade and make it more interesting.
The interior is a combination of classic Bregenzerwald architecture and modern touches, creating a cozy atmosphere for visitors.
Freiraum, a stunning mountain hotel in Mellau, Austria, designed by Baumeister Jürgen Haller in 2022, is breathtakingly beautiful. Located at the foot of the slope and near the village center of Mellau, it offers magnificent views of the local mountain Kanisfluh.
The four-story building, with 7 apartments and a hipped roof, is clad with a natural spruce facade and designed in passive house standard. Its interior spaces open up to the balcony and the natural landscape with their large window areas, creating a timeless and clear type of elements throughout the building.
Designed by Tabanlioglu Architects in 2020, the Bodrum Loft Hotel in Bodrum, Turkey, is a summer resort project that blends the man-made to the natural in an inspirational way.
Taking inspiration from the way neighboring old towns connect to the land and its surroundings, the design uses locally sourced materials and seeks low maintenance, weathering aesthetically. With reference to the nature of the region, the angles of sun and winds, the project frames a building that responds to the climate and is integrated with the nature to welcome the sun and the breeze in a controlled attitude.
Casa Baglioni, a newly opened hotel on the corner of Via dei Giardini and Via Fatebenefratelli, is a symbol of Milanese hospitality of excellence, intimate, discreet but at the same time warm. Designed by Spagnulo & Partners in 2023, the luxurious spaces of Casa Baglioni draw inspiration from the art and design of 1960s Milan.
Member of the prestigious network The Leading Hotels of the World, the hotel consists of 30 bright and spacious rooms and suites and four top suites celebrating the Milan of Giò Ponti and other great artists, architects and designers of the time.
Set in a landscape of vineyards and wooded areas in the heart of Monferrato, Italy, Atelier Lavit‘s eco-lodge hotel, Lilelo – Little Leisure Lodge, is a village of four independent wood and glass cabins.
Designed in 2022 with an eye on sustainability and energy efficiency, the cabins blend perfectly with their natural setting offering guests a refuge that ensures privacy, while also offering the option of entertaining other guests.
Parrot’s Nest is a hotel located in Sichuan, China, designed by Uro Design Concepts in 2022.
The whole building is themed around parrots, with the living room setting reaching a height of 5.4 meters (18 feet). This unique feature creates a small world where parents and children can learn to communicate and exchange with one another. The design team hopes that this parrot-themed apartment can be a dream world, where families can share their love.
Experience the charm of Brescia, Italy, in a way like never before. Step into an old masters painting as you enter the opulent gates of the 13th century Palazzo Monti and explore the liveable installation imagined by Danish interior designer, Julie Cloos Mølsgaard. Vipp Palazzo Monti is the 7th entry in Vipp’s guesthouse portfolio, a deconstructed hotel concept involving leading architects and designers.
The suite boasts Vipp’s minimalist furniture and lighting collection against a backdrop of ornamented décor and art pieces. Enjoy an espresso and chat with the three current artists participating in Palazzo Monti’s residency program and explore the city’s UNESCO heritage sites and endless streets of osterias full of charm and Italian delicacies.
Introducing Achioté, the stunning vacation rental villas located on a hill overgrown with a jungle near Uvita town, Puntarenas, Costa Rica. Designed by FormaFatal in 2022, Achioté is the first “rammed earth” implementation in Costa Rica.
The villas, which are designed for short-term recreational rentals, feature biophilic interiors with minimalist and simple designs. The villas have thin and sharp lines in contrast to the lush tropical vegetation, and the chosen materials and colors coincide perfectly with the surroundings. Each villa has a unique interior design concept based on the energies perceived in the location before construction.