A balanced mix of new and old links the rooms of the renovated Monastery of the Servants of Maria Addolarata together. The transformation project, carried out by the South Tyrolean studio Noa, saw the reformulation of the spaces of the former seventeenth-century monastery. Part of the structure is now occupied by an elegant hotel, while the remainder houses a church and a cloistered retreat.
The choice of materials, light and in neutral colours, creates a spatial continuum between the outdoors and indoors, putting the two environments in direct communication. Likewise, both areas are defined by the presence of Florim slabs belonging to the Sensi collection.
The Sand Ivory colour is intended for outdoor use, to recreate the image of the earth and the outdoors nature. The White Fossil colour is instead used for the floors and walls of the spa area, with the aim of conveying brightness and balance. Finally, the Brown Fossil collection decorates the inside of the swimming pool and the warm stone cladding of the Hammam area.
The simple and modern design blends perfectly with the original decorations of the monastery, letting time influence the structure without interfering with its functionality and with the new definition of its spaces.