Charming hospitality and design by Flaviano Capriotti Architects.
The Faloria Mountain Spa Resort in Cortina d’Ampezzo is enriching its 5-star offerings with five new Tofane Suites and a Penthouse Suite – opening December 7th, 2023, to coincide with the hotel’s winter opening – designed by Flaviano Capriotti Architects, a Milan-based studio that was responsible for the hotel’s expansion back in 2019. In continuity with the previous intervention and in harmony with the landscape context that mixes attention to detail, balance between alpine suggestions and contemporary design, Flaviano Capriotti Architects defines an understated, elegant and discreet luxury.
Materials typical of local architecture such as dolomite stone, brushed larch, wool cloth upholstery, and blue-green majolica tiles reminiscent of the color of alpine lakes are reinterpreted by Capriotti in a contemporary key. The Suites at Faloria Mountain Spa Resort feature warm tones thanks to elements such as parquet flooring, larch wood paneling, and upholstered wool bedheads with designs of classic alpine flora botany.
The three Tofane Suites on two levels offer magnificent views of the most majestic group in the entire Ampezzan Valley. The living space houses large sofas and dining tables, two double bedrooms with walk-in closets, and en-suite bathrooms with comfortable showers and freestanding tubs. Historic larch paneling and ceilings were salvaged and restored by Flaviano Capriotti Architects, integrating them into new walls with charcoal-stained oak and ivory fabric details. Communicating with each other, the suites can also be joined reaching over 250 square meters.
From the Penthouse Suite at the Faloria Mountain Spa Resort you can admire the historic 1956 Olympic ski jump. Characterized by double-height ceilings, understated contemporary style with larch wood walls and ceilings and linen paneling upholstered with historic floral prints, furniture elements designed by architect Flaviano Capriotti coexist with design pieces from some of the best-known brands of made in Italy.
The alpine botanical theme becomes common thread which touches suites, SPA (1,000 sq. m. of 25 m semi-Olympic pool, Calidarium, indoor/outdoor Vitality pool, relax area and Fitness Center), common areas and restaurant (chef Giovanni Gagliardo proposes a gastronomic journey between the tradition of the territory and the Mediterranean culture), thanks to the research carried out on the theme by Architect Capriotti who selected from the atlas Florae Austriacae by 18th century botanist Nikolaus von Jacquin, 10 flowers typical of the Dolomites that have been reproduced on the upholstered headboards of the beds and other elements of the Faloria Mountain Spa Resort.
FACTS AND FIGURES
Stella Rubinetterie: faucets
Rubelli: custom printed fabrics and curtains
Enzo degli Angiuoni: upholstery fabrics.
Brand Milano: special wool production for curtains and upholstery
Flos: technical lighting and mirrors rooms
Viabizzuno: bar suspensions
B&B Italia: outdoor seating
Unopiù: pool loungers
Poliform: upholstered rooms
Vescom: wallpaper rooms
Aquario Due: special majolica pool wall tiles, fireplace, bathrooms rooms Lacedelli Cortina: furniture to design
Pietra Dolomia: floor and wall tiles bathrooms and public spaces
Rivolta Carmignani: bed, bath and spa textiles