This hotel opposes huge holiday
resorts which seriously interfere
in the landscape. Rock chips scattered
on a going-down meadow form
an irregular letter Y. These sharp-edged rocks are pavilions housing seventeen apartments connected by a network
of under and on-ground passages.
Every apartments has its unique, individual character. Although
the elevations are homogenous
and consistent, the interiors are contrasted and stunning. Combination
of slate used on the elevations and roofs, free composition of one- and two-floor parts of the hotel and, last but not least, surrounding of water and greenery result in an overwhelming impression that
the building spring up from the hill
and become an integral part
of the mountain landscape.
And compliment it, not damage.