A patient research about Deco themes continues in the main part of the complex, aside the hotel, housing the old thermal baths.
The SPA vibrates with the dark green shades of serpentine marble with split-face finish.
It expands into a system of half-lit spaces – a metaphor for caves that tunnel deeper and deeper in search of miraculous water, being finally invaded by it. The traditional Pecchioli tiles, which cover the niches at the end of the corridors, recall the building original tiles and bring back the squeaky voice of Deco style to the silent rooms.
The bottom of the swimming pool is brightened by shimmering reflections bouncing off the mosaic tiles.
Every house gives a shape to the emotions, the needs, the nature of its owners; it guards and hides the private dimension.
This villa builds a brick screen on the street side, celebrating a material which is deeply connected to the local memory; on the rear, it discloses with wide windows on an accurately designed garden, a swimming pool and on the smooth lines of the countryside.
Inside, enveloping atmospheres warmed by the tones of eucalyptus wood, in contrast with light and smooth plasters.
Lagoon architecture is based on material hints that soften the abstract features of International Style, yet all areas are defined by a markedly contemporary language that is equally distant from an easy-going regionalism.
The use of raw materials connects the openly contemporary language of the buildings architecture with local colours and atmospheres.
Halfway up on the hillside behind Palau, Villa Buredda builds a patient and silent relationship
with the context by means of an organic series of introverted and extroverted spaces.
The living room defines an intimate and comfortable place, playing with floor levels, but leaves your eyes gaze to the sea through wisely calibrated openings; on the other hand, the dining room merges into the terrace and towards the pool, in a perfect and quiet sequence.
Volumes permeate one another under the slight gradient of coverings, while the use of raw materials recalls the local natural elements and connects the guests’ emotions to the energy of an extraordinary land.
Past is not a mere heritage to us; it is tradition.
The matter, molded by architecture, is not inanimate but full of strength and memories.
Through the coherence of details, an exceptionally complex system of spaces becomes a choral narration.
The compositive sequence runs through the renewed Grand Hotel building, from the common areas of ground floor with the majestic “Piacentini” restaurant.
It continues along the main staircase, enfolded in the sober elegance of Black Marquina marble; it touches the first and second floor bedrooms, for which a slight refitting of coatings, upholsteries and accessories was enough.