Madonna di Campiglio, 2006.

This newly built hotel reflects the style of local traditional "mountain houses": wide gables alternate with long and sharp slopes, while the richness of the wooden language is readable in curtain walls, casings and balcony parapets showing both Trentino style battens and more elaborate boards. The introduction of elements typical of the Austrian tradition like “erker” (bay windows) help streamline and improve the plaster daubed facades. The facades show light blue nuances alternated with livelier shades that enhance the volume of the bay windows.