Hotel Schgaguler | Peter Pichler Architecture

SAVE Hotel Schgaguler | Peter Pichler Architecture

Project Name: Hotel Schgaguler

Practice: Peter Pichler Architecture

Products: Lichtstudio Eisenkeil GmbH, ERLACHER GmbH, Vitralux, Bertolani Costruzioni srl, HD Surface Srl, Simonazzi Srl, LUDWIG RABANSER Zimmerei, Elektro Nicolussi, Maler Kritzinger GmbH, Treppenbau, MULSER KARL, Stuga KG, Climet GmbH, Tischlerei Gruber OHG

Firm Location: Milano

Completion year: 2018

Gross Built up Area: 4500 sqm

Project Location: Castelrotto, Alto Adige, Italy

Lead Architects: Simona Alu'

Design Team: Peter Pichler, Simona Alu’, Giovanni Paterlini, Daniele Colombati, Cem Ozbasaran, Gianluigi D´Aloisio, Ugo Licciardi

Structural Consultants: Baucon, Ing. Simon Neulichedl

MEP Consultants: Studio Contact

Contractors: HGV

Interior + Furniture: Peter Pichler Architecture and Martin Schgaguler

Others: Jens Kellner (Tendering), Solarraum (Acoustics), Lichtstudio Eisenkeil (Lighting Consultant), Martin Schgaguler (Landscape Art Photos)

Photo Credits: Oskar Dariz, Martin Schgaguler

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Excerpt: Hotel Schgaguler is a hospitality project designed by Peter Pichler Architecture’s architectural firm. A simple and timeless design is the main protagonist of the charming boutique hotel consisting of alpine style with reduced aesthetics, creating an authentic sense of well-being.

Project Description

(“Text as submitted by the architects”)

A simple and timeless architectural design is the main protagonist of the charming boutique hotel. Alpine style with reduced aesthetics creates an authentic sense of well-being. An open and transparent house attracts guests and invites visitors to come in and feel the connection to the picturesque village and its surrounding mountains.

The Project consists of three monolithic volumes, following the house’s original structure before reconstruction. While respecting the local context and its surroundings, the strong architectural identity of the Hotel follows a contemporary reinterpretation of the alpine style. It plays with vernacular elements, such as the typical sloped roof.

The expressive exoskeleton facade changes according to orientation and program. The almost sculptural structure is less depth on the north/east facade, mostly corridors and public spaces. The tapered geometry has more depth at the south facade and creates loggias with natural shading. The rocks of the surrounding mountains inspire the bright grey colour of the chalk containing the render of the facade. 

Tradition and culture are vital elements in the design of the Hotel. Functional and straightforward interiors with open layouts are combined with local materials such as chestnut wood or local Stones and textiles. Public spaces like lobby, bar and restaurant are located on the ground floor. The Bar connects to an expansive and sunny terrace with impressive views of the Sciliar mountain. The underground level hosts the wellness facilities, Spa and beauty. 

The rooms and suites are located on the above levels and are characterized by a timeless design that evokes a cosy atmosphere. Open bathrooms with free-standing bathtubs invite you to take a soothing bath after a hike or ski tour.



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