A new project for the interiors of one of the most impressive hotels on the Amalfi Coast. A dream hotel inside a building from the 12th century, an interior design project that involves some of the facility’s most important rooms and suites – including the Belvedere suite, with a terrace facing the sea and a private swimming pool.
Perched on the steep cobblestone alleys, the hotel is like a pink mirage amidst terraces of olive and citrus trees. The concept takes its cue from the wonders of the Italian gardens of Ravello, and the odyssey of forgotten legends of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Custom furnishings and the use of color, texture and surfaces, on the boundary between earth and sea, classicism and orientalism, indoors and outdoors. The key element of the rooms is the bed: placed against a slightly concave wall that encloses it like a shell, it has a textile headboard that forms soft curves, with a cantilevered arrangement.
The palette of colors starts from absolute white, the dominant tone of the interiors of Palazzo Avino, and then shifts into three moods: aquamarine, coral and sand. Amidst soft alcoves, marine colors and precious details, the rooms are thus transformed into cabinets of curiosities.