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Boxed Alpine Zen

Schgaguler Hotel Castelrotto in Alpe di Siusi South Tyrol designed by Peter Pichler Architecture

Boxed Alpine Zen

Hotel Schgaguler Castelrotto in Alpe di Siusi South Tyrol designed by Peter Pichler Architecture

Boxed Alpine Zen

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Modern design hotel & spa, Forsthofgut in Leogang Austria - spa relaxation zones in wood Modern design hotel & spa, Forsthofgut in Leogang Austria - spa relaxation zones in wood
HOTEL - Leogang, Austria

Forsthofgut


A lair of nature wrapped by the mountains and forests with perhaps one of the best nature-inspired spas in Austria, all overlooking the Leogang Rockies. This design hotel hugs smooth modern interiors that brush up to loveliness of the Alps, complete with its own lake.

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Cycladic archtitecture on Santorini, black on white, typical roof tops at Aenaon Villas Caldera Cycladic archtitecture on Santorini, black on white, typical roof tops at Aenaon Villas Caldera
VILLAS - Santorini, Greece

Aenaon Villas


Sat in a secluded spot right on the edge of the famous Caldera, individually-created traditional houses hug the rock formations – these exceptionally sleek designer dens are more than villas, their tonal whitewashed minimalism gradually revealing handcrafted touches and a cool boutique aesthetic.

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Alpenloge Boutique Hotel | Allgäu Bavaria Germany Alpenloge Boutique Hotel | Allgäu Bavaria Germany
HOTEL - Allgäu, Germany

Alpenloge


Originally conceived as the village schoolhouse back in the 1930s, the traditional house, with alpine curb appeal of larch shingles, gabled rooftop and green shutters frame the lattice windows, is now a fabulous small design hotel surrounded by the Bavarian alps and pastures.

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Peter Pichler Architecture: a practice evoking mountainous grandeur


Even though it’s not always easy to spot, the architectural designs of Milan based Peter Pichler Architecture can be considered traditional in many ways. Their sleek, pointed and stark lines may not look it, but they are deeply inspired by nature and by the surrounding vernacular architecture.

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