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Miramonti Make It On The Dezeen Awards 2019 Long-List

 

Here at Miramonti we have opened our day with fantastic news! We’ve been given the honour of being named on the long-list for the Dezeen Awards 2019! With over 4,500 entries, this award gives recognition for the world’s best architecture, interiors and design projects. We have been chosen alongside some of the most respected names in the industry, within the hotel and short-stay category, so as you can imagine we cannot help but be filled with joy at the news of this great achievement!


MEET THE JUDGES

So, what next? Entrants will now be judged by leading industry figures and the favourites will be shortlisted for the award. Lets have a quick glance at the judging panel:

The co-founder of London studio SevilPeach, her achievements have been recognised by the industry, as she received the lifetime achievement award from Frame magazine in 2018.

A world-renowned London designer. After 40 years in the industry, Kelly has been awarded an MBE in 2009 for her commitment and work in interior design.

Founder of The RockWell Group, David has been awarded an Emmy for his Broadway musical set designs.

Founder of the Milan architecture design studio: Patricia Urquiola, Patricia has worked with huge iconic brands such as Louis Vuitton. She has even received a Gold Medal of the Arts from the King of Spain.


Miramonti Corteno Golgi Reception Area.

Miramonti Corteno Golgi Reception Area.

“Miramonti provides a beautiful tranquil place where guests can experience total relaxation in their surroundings, reconnect with nature and re-balance.” – Boxx Creative London

Our luxurious boutique hotel has adorned the Italian Alps since 1958. 60 years later, in 2018, we felt that it was time we had a re-vamp. Boxx Creative London gave us a contemporary overhaul. Using luxury, minimalist aesthetics along with a calming colour palette, Miramonti has become a place of tranquility and total relaxation (we even offer spa packages and yoga classes). The materials used in the revamp were selected for their authenticity and link to the Italian Alps, drawing in elements of: earth, fire, air, water, wood and metal. Locally sourced and sustainable materials were used as much as they could be. There was a real focus on quality and the environmental impact of the re-construction.


The shortlist for the award will be announced later this year, in September. We have a couple months to wait! For now, here at Miramonti, we will all keep our fingers and toes crossed!

In the meantime, check out our blog for plenty of Italian Alps articles: