The furniture of the entire chalet was exclusively made by artisans – a feature the owners were the most keen about. In the dining room, the centre table designed by craftsmen made in solid oak wood, along with the curtains sewn in wool-cashmere-silk, gives a sense that the interiors have been carefully deliberated on. The house was imagined as a convivial place without it being ostentatious, hence the small armchairs, lamps and ceramics sourced from Culti were chosen to lend a relaxed yet classic aura to the room Left In the kitchen: The oak flooring, okite worktop and the extensive use of steel on the range hood and refrigerator pull together a space that is comfortable and low maintenance. In line with the theme of the room, the furniture was darkened using a thermal treatment and energy dependence…”
The heart of the project, the basement, was conceived on the theme of natural well-being. Alessandro tried to achieve harmony between the grain of the Dorada stone used in the spa and that of the wood on the ceiling. The pool is ideal to soak in while the sauna and the Turkish bath is designed to rejuvenate a tired soul after spending a long day in the snow covered slopes. Slits in the ceiling, directly in the centre of the roof allow light to stream in and signal the passing hours Left The subdued bathroom was built in Rosada stone with the bathtub sourced from Agape, a contemporary furniture brand
The stone and wood chalet looks serene against the backdrop of the snow covered mountains of Mont Blanc. Inspired by Courmayeur’s history as a spa centre and the wash house fountain in the town square, this conceptual haven offers an opportunity to experience holistic well-being in a place complemented with intuitive technology Left The attic, which is now a guest room: Seen here are classic furnishings like the cashmere bedcover with the traditional 1950s Abruzzese motif sourced from Culti and the unique embroidered cushions from Gruppo di Installazione, an Italian decor brand.