Tête d’indien / Feathered building


Quand on construit un spa pour un grand hôtel, on se doit de créer une ambiance de sérénité hors du commun. Et la lumière joue un rôle central dans cette sensation. Mario Botta a imaginé des puits de lumière en forme de plumes qui donnent à l’extension de l’hôtel un caractère hors du commun.

When building a spa for a Grand Hotel, the architect must create an atmosphere of outstanding serenity. And light plays a central role in this feeling. Mario Botta has designed skylights shaped feathers that give the hotel extension unusual character.

Place/ Tschuggen Grand Hotel, Arosa, Suisse/ Switzerland

Architect(e)/ Mario Botta

Information/ Inthralld

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