Sometimes, the best way to approach the design of an accommodating unit is to preserve its features the best way you can. The modern Capri Suite resort hotel was envisioned by Italian architect Giuliano Andrea dell’Uva of Zetastudio and consists of only two rooms. Located in the ancient village of Anacapri, Italy, the project pays tribute to local architecture and displays raw, yet welcoming decors, letting out a “home away from home” feel.
By including elements such as an Italian garden, wooden entrance door, exterior white plaster walls and vaulted ceilings, the designers managed to create a space that welcomes tradition inside. At the same time, minimalism is present throughout, anchoring the resort to modern times. The soberness of exposed concrete and industrial elements is cleverly contrasted by the splashes of bright colors displayed by the chairs, kitchen counter-top, bed covers or posters. An inspiring place for memorable escapes, away from the clutter of day to day life.