Appartamento Lenzerheide was an architectural project by 2013 Angelo Pozzoli. The property is located in the beautiful and luxurious Lenzerheide mountain ski area in Switzerland.
Pozzoli’s architectural goal when building the rustic apartment was to create something modern and comfortable while at the same time fitting into the typical style of the ski resort architecture.
The apartment adapts perfectly to the alpine environment. The interior opens to smooth wooden floors, ceilings, and walls. To round off the feeling of a ski area, the interior is equipped with warm, comfortable accents that are modern and homely at the same time. The Appartamento Lenzerheide gives you the feeling of a rustic apartment without sacrificing modern beauty.
The apartment has three bedrooms: two with a private bathroom and one without. There is also a dining area, kitchen and general living area with a fireplace.
Pozzoli claims on its website that the project was built using only three main materials: wood, stone, and brushed iron. The wood gives the apartment a warm, rustic flair, while brushed iron and stone underline the modern, refined flair.
Pozzoli is an Italian born architect and interior designer based in Como, Italy. Pozzoli works to combine style and functionality in its architecture. He knows that a living space should be aesthetically pleasing, but also suitable for activity and living.
Pozzoli cares about what its customers want and what a project needs to make it a true home for the people who live there. This was one of his main goals when building and designing the Appartamento Lenzerheide.