A palazzo-like residence with an elegant, contemporary ambience. Nestled between the snow-capped peaks of Andermatt, Pazola is currently being built. An ensemble of 19 luxurious flats and penthouses between 80 and 140 square metres, combining elements of Italy’s urban architecture and the typical Swiss design language. We have taken some of the most important elements of the palazzo architecture and used them for the interior design. For timeless spaces that combine technical know-how with original solutions.
Retreat for people with a sure sense of design
Pazola has an effect in all things, from the materials used to the furnishings. Dignified, but not overloaded. To give the building a more contemporary look, the windows are already larger than is usual in traditional Alpine architecture. The 4.30-metre-high ceilings of the three- to four-and-a-half-room flats also create a special feeling of freedom. For the interior, building materials typical of the Alps are used, which, among other things, are based on the surroundings. The ornamental tiles, parquet floors, fireplaces and Hästens beds with half-height linen-covered headboards are inspired by the traditional stately buildings, but have been completely reinterpreted – for a clearer, more modern line. Colours like ruby red, dark blue and green add a touch of aristocracy without being opulent.
Pazola has many cosy elements to create a warm atmosphere. For example, all flats are equipped with a natural stone fireplace, which gives the living rooms in particular a special feel-good atmosphere. Handcrafted pieces set the tone for furniture and accessories. From the Vitra side table made of wood to the lights by Flos, every detail has been chosen with love. The luxurious bathrooms with ceramic tiles and fittings by Dornbracht and Hansgrohe invite you to enjoy pleasant moments of relaxation.
Other Pazola amenities include ground-floor communal facilities including a gym, spa and relaxation room, lounge and games area. After all, a home is more than just your own four walls.
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