Natural Geometry—Striking wooden triangles to form a new hotel wing in Slovenia

Natural Geometry—Striking wooden triangles to form a new hotel wing in Slovenia

For Slovenian ski resort Hotel Natura in Rogla, Enota Architects has imagined an extension of geometric elements.

The owners of Hotel Natura originally planned to build the highest-rated hotel in Slovenia’s ski resort, but most of the possibilities remained unrealized and remained at the design stage. Now they want to change that with the help of Enota Architects.

The firm has designed a very striking timber-framed wing that is both pleasing to the eye and striking in its surroundings. The external cladding is composed of stacked A-shaped timber elements. The design team’s aim was to take the form of the traditional mountain chalet and recreate it in a completely modern concept, keeping wood as the main component. In addition to the rooms, the new wing, which will soon start construction, will also house common areas, a conference room and a swimming pool.

Source: Designboom
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