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Floris套房酒店,意大利 / noa*

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  • 2021-01-22 09:16




Florian公园酒店位于Siusi allo Sciliar村庄的山麓处,其舒适的客房多年来一直为访客提供全年最佳的度假体验。酒店的一大特色是壮丽的公园,访客可以游走在古树、田园般的池塘和室外泳池之间。最近,酒店扩建出一栋有十间全新套房的独立建筑,它与原有结构相连,以独特的建筑语言创造出连续的空间和崭新的视角。

For many years the cosy guest rooms of Parc Hotel Florian, situated at the foothills of the village of Siusi allo Sciliar, has been providing the perfect year-round holiday experience. A unique feature of this property is the magnificent park, where you are encouraged to linger among ancient trees, an idyllic pond and an outdoor pool. The complex has recently been expanded with ten brand new suites in a stand-alone building, which connects to the existing structure, providing both a sense of continuity and a fresh perspective with a distinctive architectural language.

▼项目概览,general view © Alex Filz


▼总平面图,site plan © noa*

Noa* architects were commissioned to enhance the design of the hotel, which meant confronting a complex building situation. On the one hand, the pride of the hotel – its unique grounds – had to be preserved in an optimal way. On the other hand, the immediate surroundings, with adjacent single-family residence, car park and the hotel itself, produced a building site that required a lot of tact and sensitivity: the perfect challenge for noa*. When architecture takes on the vibrancy and rich diversity of nature, it will never be perceived as alien. As part of a special hotel project, noa* has incorporated features that will evoke memories, dreams and perhaps a touch of adventure in every guest.

▼套房外观,external view of the suites © Alex Filz




At the outset, the idea was to separate the building with the new suites from the original site in order to leave the grounds untouched and occupy as little space as possible. But the idea was not just a row of rooms door to door, but an orderly grouping of intimate, self-contained tree houses elevated on three-metre high supports, leaving the grounds fully accessible underneath. At the same time, there was a growing desire not only to accommodate guests in the new suites in the park, but to allow them to be a part of it. During the design process the park became the central theme of the architecture, thoroughly embedding the building within the nature, as if it had always been there.

▼建筑完全融于自然 © Alex Filz
the building is embedded in the nature thoroughly

▼树屋被三米高的支柱抬起 © Alex Filz
tree houses are elevated on three-metre high supports

▼树屋有序组合,既独立又相连 © Alex Filz
an orderly grouping of intimate, self-contained tree houses


The intellectual concept of tree houses began to take shape: at the end of the connecting walkway that forms the backbone of the new development is the two-storey structure containing the suites, with five rooms on each floor, all of which have views over the park. In order to make the architectural complex even more dynamic, the rooms are located above each other at a slight angle, creating the impression of a natural, grown structure while preserving the views. Guests have the sensation of being ensconced in their own little house. Despite this architectural openness, the appearance of the whole building is preserved, as it nestles into the park landscape. This is anchored by a pre-grey wooden façade, which confers a degree of uniform tranquillity to the unique cluster of tree houses.

▼双层结构,预制灰色木质立面,two-storey structure, pre-grey wooden façade © Alex Filz

▼细部,details © Alex Filz




Expansive horizons, casual openness and personal freedom are the defining undertones in this project – in every sense. The unhemmed patio provides a private, garment-free retreat, as does the external terrace area, which is bordered by apertures through which the newly planted tall trees grow and where you can sink back and relax in a hammock-like mesh. Planters on the balconies and terraces enhance the natural ambience. Various architectural openings create unique lighting moods.

▼绿植增添了自然氛围,planters enhancing the natural ambience © Alex Filz

▼露台,视野广阔,terrace with expansive horizons © Alex Filz

▼吊床式的织网,the hammock-like mesh © Alex Filz

▼树木从缝隙中生长,trees growing through apertures © Alex Filz


The coherent interior colour concept, the consistency of architectural touches and the discreet but deliberate irregularities of the tree houses enhance the quality of stay for guests at the Florian Hotel. The enthusiasm of the architects is palpable in every detail and will find its resonance in visitors, who despite of the new structure will be able to take full advantage of the park, which has been the guiding principle for this project from the very beginning.

▼套房通道,walkway © Alex Filz




The new “Floris Green Suites” are no less spectacular inside than they are outside. The conventional living, bedroom and bathroom areas have been reimagined in an unusual way. The central living area opens out onto a sheltered balcony overlooking the magnificent mountain scenery, a benefit also afforded by the glass bedroom. Everything is confluent: Rooms, functionality, exterior and interior. Only the toilet and bidet has been designed as a self-contained unit. A free-standing vanity unit with mirror, which can also be used as a console desk, provides a pivotal point. This is where the bathroom area merges into the living area, which has been wonderfully designed with hybrid furniture. The most intimate area is located at the far end of the suite, where the entrance is: an open shower is elegantly flanked on one side by the self-contained toilet and bidet unit, and on the other by a small, private Finnish sauna, which guests can use whenever they wish. In addition to the many views and vistas, there is another highlight that makes a stay in the Green Suite irresistible: an open patio with an outdoor hot tub, which complements the sauna offer in an exceptionally appealing way.

▼通透的套房空间,transparent suite space © Alex Filz

▼浴室区域融入起居区域,the bathroom area merging into the living area © Alex Filz

▼芬兰小型私人桑拿室,private Finnish sauna © Alex Filz


The interior decor is designed around a subdued green interspersed with shades of grey, adding to the tree-house ambience. Underpinning the overall concept are the fabric covers, tiles and painted surfaces, which help to merge inside and outside. The smoked oak flooring, fittings and bathroom units in a restrained shade of black blend harmoniously together.

▼细部,details of materials © Alex Filz

▼一层平面图,ground floor plan © noa*

▼二层平面图,first floor plan © noa*

▼三层平面图,second floor plan © noa*

▼西立面,elevation west © noa*

▼东立面,elevation east © noa*

Project name: Floris
Typology: Hotel
Location: Siusi, South Tyrol (Italy)
Client: Family Thomaseth
Architecture: noa* network of architecture
Interior Design: noa* network of architecture
Construction start: April 2020
Completion: August 2020
Intervention: Extension
Volume: 3.351 m3
Surface area: 790 m2
Photographs: Alex Filz