10-09-2002

Golf & Tennis Hotel Mori

Pavilions, Hotel, Bar, Sport & Wellness,

Design,

Stone, Glass,

Location: St.Kanzian, Klopeinersee
Design: AQUAline Wellness-Architektur, Arch.Gottfried Geyer
Project type: fitness centre
Client: Mori family
Term Works: 2002
Type of work: flooring/wall coverings
Material used: Ariostea High Tech



Golf & Tennis Hotel Mori For the edge of the swimming pool, the AQUAline design team used the Pietre Naturali collection by the Italian firm Ariostea choosing from it structured Quarzite Rosa Brazil which, due to its very pale rose colour with sand-coloured veins, gives the pool area an ethereal and relaxing atmosphere.
Furthermore the material chosen has proved ideal for the edge of the pool. Indeed, since its finish is rough, even when completely wet, the floor is not slippery, and it is pleasant to walk barefoot on it.
The wing devoted to beauty treatments, built at ground level, blends into the surrounding terrain with a harmonious arc shape. The glass pyramid built over the spa area is the access centre to the hotel which has been enhanced by plants, bushes and rock gardens.
Due the importance of the lobby area, three types of marble from the Marmi collection by Ariostea were chosen for the floor and laid in an elegant geometric pattern: a grid made from strips of Nero Marquinia and little pieces of steel frames larger slabs of Rosa del Portogallo and Azul Macauba which respectively create alternating areas of pink and bluish grey.
The major attraction of the new Golf & Tennis Hotel Mori is the spa centre with areas for some of the most exclusive treatments, like the steam bath housed in a grotto or the Kneipp course, based a succession of applications of cold and hot water, which with its mountain stream is unique in Austria.
The "Gradier" spa pavilion, inspired by an ancient salt mining tradition, permits guests to cool themselves on hot summer days while improving their health by inhaling the very fine naturally produced air spray.
The centre also has one of the most advanced Solariums. Here the AQUAline team opted for floor and wall coverings in structured Pietra di Barge, the technical characteristics of which are ideally suited to this kind of application.
Pietra di Barge, is part of the Pietre Naturali collection by Ariostea, and has a very pale amber colour which give the area a suffused atmosphere that is conducive to rest and meditation.

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