7132, the alpine luxury resort located in a distant village of Vals, Switzerland is famous for top-quality architecture, gastronomy and hospitality for a stress-free vacation. Recently, the hotel commissioned US-based Thom Mayne of design firm Morphosis, Swiss architect Zumthor and Japanese architects Kengo Kuma and Tadao Ando to refurbish new guest rooms in theme of stone and wood for its ‘House of Architects’ project. Every interior design detail including the lighting and other furnishings are custom designed for rooms, and unique interior decor brings the essence of surrounding landscape inside. The luxury property also boasts the mush-aspired Therme Vals spa by renowned Swiss architect Zumthor.
The interior walls of the stone-themed rooms are covered with textured stones in gray, while wood-themed rooms are decked with oak panels harvested from local forests. Both rooms are furnished with a white bed having a big black headboard, and there is also a bedside nightstand and storage to keep your personal things safely. If you want to gaze outdoors, then a sliding glass door lets you access the terrace.
In every room, a well-lit cast glass shower designed by Morphosis and fabricated by Barcelona-based Company Cricursa stands alone like a sculpture and provides ultimate comfort to guests. The perforated design of cast glass keeps it private and makes it an artistic object that contrasts the interior decoration.
Well, that’s not all, the blue bar, red/silver restaurant and cozy thermal baths are some other unique attractions of the luxury hotel. These unique features make it a perfect spot for people in search of relaxation, and architecture enthusiasts.
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