MELTAR BOUTIQUE HOTEL
YEAR : 2006
ASIAGO (VICENZA) - ITALYProject
Ufficio Tecnico Morelato Ad Hoc
Morelato has been flexible in creating a tailormade style to respond to the requirements of the owner, who wanted to recreate a prestigious resort in the mountains. The major part of the furniture was made on customer’s design, the banisters and counter tops were made with the logos of the club. The styles used range from the “Luigi Filippo” style for the bench of the breakfast room, to the “Biedermeier”style for the bedrooms, and the “900” style for the common areas and lobby. A mini suite complete with kitchenette has also been created.Reception and public areas
In the common areas Morelato has designed and tailor-made the large wooden doors that divide the hall from the living area and the breakfast room, the majestic balustrades. The furnishings are part of the “900” collection.
The breakfast bench is styled “Louis Philippe”;the majestic balustrade of the staircase is made to customer design.Rooms and suites
The ceiling height wall panels of the bedrooms, which are used as headboards, were custom made, and all the furniture element such as beds, tables/ side tables and the various seating are part of the “Biedermeier” collection which was the perfect choice for this type of hotel project. This style characterized by clean and harmonious lines, with great attention to detail and material quality together make these products elegant and refined.