Italy’s Hotel Mioni Pezzato & Spa in Abano Terme (PD) was recently renovated by the interior designer Andrea Auletta, who focused on extending the spa to an area of 270 square meters.
From the outside, these structures are cubes that harmonically integrate with the green space. Today this green area still fresh, but it will continue to grow and become denser, promoting the integration in the garden of these structures in stoneware, which represent contemporary elements in the park of the hotel, without being an excessive presence.
Inside the spa, the materials used are travertine effect grés and wood slats for the ceiling, with water and fireproof treatment. There are also two large backlight pictures to simulate one of the lakes in the Euganean Hills area, where the hotel is located, with steam emissions and a flight of ducks, a typical landscape of the area.
The finishings are different in each cabin, in accordance with the service they offer: white marble to represent salt in the saline cabin, eucalyptus with dark green tones with reeds that descend from the ceiling, generating a singular play of light rays, white the ice-room with cold light, while the one with the glass window overlooking the garden has a honey warm light.
Photo: Courtesy of Andrea Auletta Interiors