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Hospitality Projects in Lake Garda | Surrounded by a historical garden, the Hotel Salò du Parc, in Salò, Italy couldn’t have a better place to be!
From all rooms and common areas, the hotel has a stunning view over Lake Garda, as we used to say: il bello lago di Garda! This is the largest lake in Italy, on the edge of the Dolomites, and a popular holiday location in northern Italy.
In order to make the most of the view surrounding the hotel, a renovation has been made by Studio Simonetti. For this work – Architectural and interior design project for the Hall restyling – the designers chose BRABBU pieces to brighten the entrance décor.
The designers chose CYRUS by Brabbu for its simplicity as it complements the bold design of the hall.
The main purpose of this restyling project was to create a new hall where the element water, the principal element in the hotel, became the focus of the area. Therefore, the designers opened and transformed the space – now, from the entrance and from all that area, the view of the lake can be enjoyed.
The reception desk is made with different materials, such as white corian and wood with raw bark effect, which delineate the functions of this space. Two artworks, a marble sculpture by Sophie Elizabeth Thompson and
a painting by Giovanni Lombardini, complete this reception area.
For the floorings, a marble with a strong decorative impact and with earthy colors was selected to create a magical balance between signs and colors. To give even more focus to this area, a charcoal bush-hammered stone was laid along the perimeter.
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