Zallinger Refuge in Saltria, South Tyrol

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Zallinger Refuge in Saltria, South Tyrol

Holiday Accommodation in Northern Italy – design by noa*

31 May 2019

Zallinger Refuge

Design: noa*

Location: Saltria, South Tyrol, Italy

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

With the renovation and expansion of the Zallinger Refuge at the Seiser Alm/ Alpe di Siusi, a new model of hospitality was born and serving as a good example of responsible tourism.

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

An example of a historical and landscape recovery intervention in a high mountain context. The nineteenth-century barns are reborn as mini-chalets, which bring back the charm of an alpine village. The South Tyrolean tradition is combined with comfort, quality of design and sustainability. The ClimaHotel was built with maximum environmental protection in every aspect of the construction.

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

The project, designed by noa*, an architecture studio in South Tyrol that has long been committed to developing innovative models of receptivity and green tourism (they were recently included by Dezeen in the short list of the 20 emerging international architecture firms for the year 2018).

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

The aim was to improve the quality and accommodation capacity of an old high mountain hotel structure without altering the delicate landscape and environmental balance, while at the same time creating aesthetic value and sustainability.

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

This was noa*s (network of architecture) goal in the planning and expansion of the Zallinger Refuge in the Alpe di Siusi area.

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

The project, completed in 2017, has created new spaces without altering the existing volumes, and at the same time has returned to the historic settlement with the characteristic of the original small village.

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Through the solutions and materials adopted, the magic of that era was brought back to life, in both respect for the environment and traditions.

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria, South Tyrol – Building Information

Architect & Interior Design: noa* network of architecture https://www.noa.network/en/home-1.html
Project size: 1870 sqm
Completion date: 2017
Building levels: 0

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria South Tyrol

Photographs: Alex Filz

Zallinger Refuge in Saltria, South Tyrol images / information received 310519

noa*

Location: Saltria, South Tyrol, Italy




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