The brothers Moritz (33) and Klaus Dissertori (41) come from a family of hoteliers in idyllic Lana in South Tyrol and now run four unique hotels in their home town and in Bolzano: the Hotel Schwarzschmied, which they took over from their parents in Hotel Schwarzschmied, which they took over from their parents in 1980, the boutique hotel 1477 Reichhalter, the romantic Villa Arnica for adult guests and the Parkhotel Mondschein in the South Tyrolean capital.
1980 bestehende Hotel Schwarzschmied, das sie von ihren Eltern übernommen haben, das Boutique Hotel 1477 Reichhalter, die romantische Villa Arnica für erwachsene Gäste und das Parkhotel Mondschein in der Südtiroler Hauptstadt.

The OLM Nature Escape is definitely a building with a recognisable character. How did it come about to plan a round building, what challenges are associated with the 360° angle and why is the shape also a symbol of sustainability? We spoke to architect Andreas Gruber about his first hospitality project, which has been thoroughly thought through!

An oasis of tranquility in the bustling heart of the metropolis. A place of contemplation and retreat, serving as a counterpoint to the bustling activities of the urban surroundings. The historically preserved ensemble, consisting of a former courthouse and a women’s prison, has been redesigned, expanded, and repurposed by the architects Grüntuch Ernst. It now houses the Hotel Wilmina, the Lovis Restaurant, and an art and cultural space called Amtsalon.

Located on the south coast of France, The Maybourne Riviera enchants guests all year round with its unrivalled panoramic views of the Mediterranean and first-class service. The French Riviera is one of the top holiday destinations for a reason, thanks to its breathtaking coastal landscapes, azure waters, picturesque bays and charming villages that attract visitors from all over the world. The unique architecture, the exclusive spa area and the idyllic coastal location of The Maybourne Riviera blend harmoniously into the southern French ambience and offer an ideal opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and relax in absolute tranquillity.

The Beauty of Diversity moves in the field of tension between an established understanding of art and its renewal. The exhibition unfolds its persuasive power in the juxtaposition of renowned artists who have always wanted to strain the canon and yet have become canonised, and new discoveries as well as those who irritate viewing habits, swim against the tide, shake the foundations of high culture, break the norm and thus establish the aesthetics of diversity.

Schloss Hollenegg for Design is pleased to announce its ninth annual design exhibition: WOOD LAND. The exhibition focuses on the forest and its most important resource – wood. The show demonstrates various techniques for processing wood and imparts knowledge about different tree species and wood essences. Each object on display also provides an opportunity to discuss topics such as global warming, forest management and sustainable wood production.