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Burnt Down Thermal Spa in Chile Turned into an Eco-Luxe Pixelated Hotel

by , 08/27/13


o2 arquitectos, restoration, hotel, Chile, Andes mountains, recycled wooden boards, pixilated facade, thermal waters, sustainable heating, Architecture, Daylighting, Recycled Materials, Green Materials,

The Alto Nevados Hotel in Chillan is mainly constructed from steel and designed as a pixelated box volume standing out among the gorgeous Andes Mountains. Its unique facade was made from old wooden boards rescued from the previous hotel that generate a colorful patchwork in combination with geometrical windows. An original stonewall creates a beautiful contrast with the modern structure on top and provides superior insulation.

The hotel’s interiors are bright and modern, boasting amazing views of the snowy mountains and thermal waters. o2 arquitectos — also in charge of the decoration — mixed in wooden furniture with colorful furnishing to make the spaces modern and easy going. Local people gave a hand with the five story hotel’s restoration work that is heated by a unique system that uses the surrounding thermal waters.

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Via Plataforma Arquitectura

Photos by o2 arquitectosNevados Chillan and Point da Neve

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