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RÉSIDENCES DE ROUGEMONT

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RÉSIDENCES DE ROUGEMONT
Apartment 1The project brief of this private holiday apartment in the Swiss Alps was to create a contemporary retreat, combining laid-back ease with a rigorous design concept that responded to the client’s input. The intent was to take advantage of the home’s ample light and stunning views, so the design was focused on creating pure and clean lines and a sense of unity to the whole of the 240 square meters. 
The traditional alpine timber framed walls have been designed following a contemporary reinterpretation, with horizontal and vertical flush planks combined in a neoclassical design. The motif of the wooden tray ceilings provides a center of interest and helps to establish a sense of order in each room. The walls are covered in rough-sawn timber and the floor is made of oak planks of up to 6 meters long, while the entrance and the kitchen's floors are covered in large reclaimed stone blocks of Pierre de Bourgogne. Portions of rough-textured walls, in a natural shade of warm light grey, create contrast to the wood while keeping to the natural theme. Furnishings and accessories are a mix of new, contemporary furniture, as well as antique, vintage and traditional pieces or eclectic finds sourced from all over Europe.
Apartment 2The Apartment 02 at the Hotel de Rougemont benefits of 538 square meters of living space, on three floors. The project brief of this private holiday residence in the Swiss Alps was to create a luxury retreat, a sumptuous chalet, designed to fulfill the desires and expectations of an international and sophisticated clientele. The design was focused on creating pure and clean lines and a sense of unity to the whole of the three levels. The intent was to take advantage of the home’s stunning views and to allow the maximum addition of natural light, by adding two garden light-wells at the first floor of the apartment. 
The walls are covered in reclaimed rough-sawn timber and the floor is made of oak planks of up to 6 meters long, while the entrance and the kitchen's floors are covered in large reclaimed stone blocks of Pierre de Bourgogne. The traditional alpine timber framed walls have been designed following a contemporary reinterpretation, with horizontal and vertical flush planks combined in a neoclassical design. The motif of the wooden tray ceilings provides a center of interest and helps to establish a sense of order in the rooms. Portions of rough-textured walls, finish Calce del Brenta, in a natural shade of taupe, create contrast to the wood while keeping to the natural theme.
The Chalet settings are as sumptuous as the tailor-made hotel services proposed to residents. The apartment can take advantage of numerous services and amenities provided by the Hôtel de Rougemont: restaurant, lounge bar, spa, gym, conference rooms, boutique.

City: ROUGEMONT

Status: Completed

Year: 2014

Designer: PLUSDESIGN, IHD INTERIOR HAUT DESIGN

Qualified suppliers: CATELLANI & SMITH, ANTONIO LUPI DESIGN, B&B ITALIA , BAXTER, CASSINA, CANTORI, FOSCARINI, ALESSI, EDRA

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