The interior design of the buidling, the common areas, the spa, the fitness, and the ski room is crafted by the interniationaly renowned agency Tritsan Auer (seewww.tristanauer.com). As reagrds the layout and the decoration of the apartments, its designers propose two strong themes: « Haut Vol » et « Nouvelle Piste ».
« Haut vol »
This theme translates the art of mountain living into a variation that is at once classic and prestigious. The tawny palette is declined into natural materials: rustic wood and grey patina on the walls and ceilings and brown floors, touches of raw iron, warm and bright stone, leather and draperies in faux-uni in the rooms and classic furniture that’s been revisited.
In line with the noble materials, art and design pieces with a raw spirit are carefully chosen and intercepted with a few touches of color to awaken the ensemble.
Light is omnipresent in thelarge open, mostly glass encased living room, with subtle light details intelligently integrated in the rooms that are less exposed.The volumes in the kitchen open up to a play of light with its bubble glass panels, textured, translucid and light. The room is dressed up in precious touches and draperies light a work of art. The bright bathroom lets us dive into a Japanese experience with the bathtub and the shower in the same volume.
The attention to detail in the entire apartment, as much in the design of the volumes and layouts as in the choice of materials and furtniture, infuses a sensitive and warm atmosphere.
« Nouvelle Piste »
This design theme explores new paths in a resolutely contemporary version all while nimbly playing with the most classic of codes.
The range of materials honorsthe surroundings with raw stone floors or burnt wood,wooden doors and screens;all in the most contemporary spirit, fresh and luminous with painted walls and smooth white ceilings. The furniture, unexpected, plays with traditional materials in a sense of grand modernity, mixing in a few select details of pop colour.
Light is in focus in the large open living room, largely glass encased, as well as in the less exposed rooms with a sophisticated graphic play. The large kitchen volumes are separated by coloured glass panels, in nuances of amber and textured. The rooms have ceilings worked with detail, tone on tone with a game of relief highlights. Touches of natural materials (cordes, burnished leather) give warmth to a contemporary harmony. The sober bathroom as a shelter of well-being is open, with a tinted ceiling in a Japanese style bath space, like a call toward infinity.
The deepest attention is paid to all levels of detail: from the sizable volumes to the design of the layouts, from the materials to the choice of furniture, all in a unique and prestigious spirit.