The Milanese practice of Marco Piva has collaborated with the South African studio DHK Architects on this elegant, four-star hotel located in the northern Italian town of Mogliano Veneto. Completed earlier this year, the ‘Immersed in the tranquil countryside of Trevigiano’ Move Hotel encompasses more than 200 rooms and suites, a large conference room and a wellness centre which boasts a number of facilities, such as covered pool, sauna, traditional Turkish baths, Kneipp spa, sensory showers and a fitness room.
About the hotel:
‘The innovative hotel structure created by DHK in collaboration with the Marco Piva Studio is strategically located just a few kilometres from the Mestre by-pass and the airports of Venice and Treviso. It is characterized by a dynamic arc structure naturally encompassing the surrounding area and with only two floors, thereby reducing the impact on the countryside and existing buildings to a minimum. The careful selection of the materials covering the facades, such as grey veined stone and wood and the landscaping which uses plants and indigenous substances, ensure that the architectural structure is in complete harmony with the surrounding environment.’
‘The interior design was carried out by the architect Marco Piva, except restaurant and bar developed by Studio Bam Design. The main element of the project was the development of a formal continuity between the structure and the surrounding area, with a focus on light colours and natural materials, in harmony with the surrounding green areas, to create a pleasant, welcoming and elegant environment.’
‘The Move Hotel has 203 rooms, of which 185 are standard rooms, 16 are junior suites and 2 are suites. All the rooms offer comfort and relaxation to guests in an intimate and welcoming area characterized by the sober and elegant forms of the furniture, produced from a design by Battaglia Contract and the use of products designed in Italy, such as the Ayers di Leucos blown glass table lamps and the Reverso di Novello sinks, both designed by Marco Piva. ‘