Radisson Collection Hotel Palazzo Nani

Radisson Collection Hotel Palazzo Nani

Architecte
Studio Marco Piva
Lieu
Fondamenta Cannaregio, 1105, 30121 Venezia, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy | View Map
Année du projet
2021
Catégorie
Hôtels
Histoires par
Studio Marco Piva

Concreta Srl
Andrea Martiradonna

Hôtel PalazzoNani Radisson Collection

Studio Marco Piva en tant que Architectes.

Le joyau vénitien PalazzoNani transformé en hôtel Radisson Collection

L'historique PalazzoNani, un édifice noble du XVIe siècle donnant sur le canal Cannaregio à Venise, est devenu un hôtel Radisson Collection 5 étoiles signé par le Studio Marco Piva. Le nouvel hôtel Radisson Collection, PalazzoNaniVenice fait évoluer le concept de luxe, en lui donnant une valeur culturelle et raffinée, en associant le patrimoine artistique à une profonde recherche esthétique dans laquelle le meilleur design s'intègre à la valeur émotionnelle et sociale de l'œuvre, augmentant encore son prestige. Un changement d'affectation qui maintient intacte la valeur historique et artistique du Palais, en préservant et en mettant en valeur les structures et les sols d'origine, ainsi que toutes les fresques, magnifiées par l'utilisation de la lumière.Préserver le passé en concevant l'avenir : L'élément émotionnel du projet est le moteur du lieu : tout a été étudié et conçu dans l'intention de trouver une référence à la ville de Venise. Le travail du Studio Marco Piva s'est donc basé sur le dialogue entre l'existant d'une part, et avec l'histoire du lieu d'autre part, dans une combinaison de passé et de futur.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

Le Radisson Collection Hotel, PalazzoNaniVenice est situé à proximité du ghetto vénitien, dans la partie nord de la ville. Les 52 chambres magnifiquement conçues de l'hôtel, offrant des vues sur le canal Cannaregio, les rues de la ville ou la cour tranquille, créent un sentiment de sérénité grâce à une palette de couleurs raffinées et des tissus doux. La décoration intérieure préserve les stucs et les fresques attribués au sculpteur italien Alessandro Vittoria, qui a également remodelé le palazzo dans les années 1680.

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Andrea Martiradonna

Construit au XVIe siècle, l'hôtel était la résidence de la famille Nani, une ancienne famille vénitienne engagée dans la vie politique, sociale et culturelle du riche passé de la ville. Un vaste projet de rénovation de 22 mois, mené par les architectes du Studio Marco Piva et approuvé par le Comité du patrimoine des beaux-arts, a transformé le PalazzoNani en un hôtel cinq étoiles Radisson Collection, réputé pour offrir un service et des expériences exceptionnels à ses clients. Les travaux de restauration visaient à préserver les éléments décoratifs et architecturaux originaux de la façade et des intérieurs du bâtiment. Une attention particulière a été accordée à la restauration des ornements historiques, des stucs et des peintures sur les murs et les plafonds. Au cours des travaux d'excavation, certains revêtements de sol romains ont été découverts et enregistrés par les autorités de protection des beaux-arts et du patrimoine.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

"Nous sommes ravis d'établir notre présence dans cette ville emblématique avec notre marque de style de vie haut de gamme Radisson Collection, qui comprend des propriétés emblématiques dans des lieux uniques avec un style et un service exceptionnels. Après l'ouverture réussie du Radisson Collection Hotel, Palazzo Touring Club Milan en août, nous avons maintenant quatre hôtels Radisson Collection en activité en Italie et nous continuons à nous développer dans le pays", déclare ChemaBasterrechea, président EMEA de Radisson Hotel Group.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

Les installations de l'hôtel comprennent une salle de réunion privée et un espace pouvant accueillir jusqu'à 80 personnes, ainsi que le ZojaWine Bar & Terrace, nommé d'après la famille noble qui résidait autrefois dans le Palazzo, qui propose une cuisine vénitienne traditionnelle, du vin et des cocktails dans une atmosphère cosmopolite. Le jardin serein situé sur le côté nord de l'hôtel surplombe le canal Cannaregio, créant ainsi une connexion visuelle jardin-eau.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

Le Radisson Collection Hotel, PalazzoNaniVenice se trouve dans le quartier de Cannaregio, connu pour le ghetto juif historique et les nombreux bars et restaurants locaux offrant une véritable expérience vénitienne. L'arrêt de Vaporetto juste à l'extérieur de l'hôtel permet d'accéder facilement au reste de la ville et à ses sites touristiques, et relie l'hôtel à la gare, à l'aéroport et aux îles populaires de Murano et Burano. Venise est la deuxième ville italienne la plus visitée après Rome avec le plus grand nombre de touristes internationaux grâce à son patrimoine artistique mondialement connu, son architecture urbaine unique et son statut de site du patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO. Venise accueille également des biennales d'art et d'architecture, le festival du film de renommée internationale et d'autres expositions culturelles tout au long de l'année.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

Équipe :

Design intérieur : Studio Marco Piva

Supervision de l'architecture et des travaux : Venice Plan Ingegneriasrl

Projet de restauration : Sirecons.r.l.

Système électrique et de climatisation : FIEL S.p.A.

Lutte contre l'incendie : SicurtecnoS.r.l.

Entrepreneurs généraux : Arredo Design (salles), BRB Engineering (aménagement)

Concreta (Espaces communs)

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The Radisson Collection Hotel Palazzo Nani in Venice

Concreta Srl en tant que Interior contractor.

The radisson collection hotel palazzo nani in venice, Project signed by studio marco piva, realized by concreta

The Radisson Collection Hotel Palazzo Nani in Venice is one of the most recent and prestigious realizations by Concreta, the Postalesio-based company specialized in high-profile contract for hotels, commercial spaces and residential areas, all sectors in which the Italian contractor from Valtellina has developed an experience that has led the company to a leading position in the national and international field.

The particular nature of this ancient Venetian palace and the complex logisticsrequired by the execution of works in the lagoon, represented a challenge faced and won thanks to the combination of 'attention to detail' and 'global approach' that has always characterized the philosophy of Concreta.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

THE STRUCTURE
The Radisson Collection Hotel Palazzo Nani is located in the heart of the Cannaregio district, a particularly suggestive and 'authentic' area of ​​Venice, a fundamental route for the urban layout of the city since the Middle Age, when the Cannaregio Canal wasthe entrance to the city ​​for those who camefrom Padua or Treviso through the lagoon routes. Rich in restaurants and 'bacari' (wine bar), shops and artisan boutiques, it is located not far from the Jewish Ghetto, with the quiet of its tiny streets and its unmistakable architectural imprint. From here you can easily reach the rest of the city on foot or by ‘vaporetto’; the Le Guglieship stop is located right in front of the hotel. The Santa Lucia train station is less than 10 minutes away by feet.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

The building that houses the hotel is a sixteenth-century historic building that belonged to the ancient Nani family, active in the political, social and cultural life of the Serenissima. Over the years, various properties have taken over and the building has changed its intended use several times.

It was a private residence, an Austrian barracks and, finally, a school. During the work on the site, objects and documents were found that testify to the previous lives of the building. Some of the finds, recovered and appropriately treated, have enriched the furnishings of the rooms and the garden. The façade is punctuated by a game of arches and elegant coats of arms in Istrian stone that seem to be due to the intervention of Alessandro Vittoria, who helped emphasize and enhance the preciousness of the building.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

Prestigious brand of hospitality in the world, Radisson Group wanted to transform this historic residence into an enchanting hotel with 52 rooms and suites and 3 private apartments, which has become part of the Radisson Collection chain, where hospitality finds its highest expression in the offer of iconic structures, which reflect the character of the territory and the place, combining the atmosphere of an 'authentic' stay with the comfort of a high-profile design.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

HISTORY AND CONTEMPORANEITY
For this hotel, Concreta created all the common areas on a project by Studio Marco Piva, according to a 'box-in-the-box' furnishing concept aimed at keeping intact the strong historical identity of the building, enriching it with a language of elegant contemporaneity.

Spaces are large and bright, some overlooking the Cannaregio Canal and offer chromatic shades recalling the nuances of the frescoed ceilings, in combination with seats with intense colors that refer to the expressions and values ​​of the Territory, the colors of the water, the reflections of the glass, the interiors of the ‘gondolas’.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

The realization of the common areas in this project takes on a very particular meaning, as the hotel was conceived as a place of hospitality that is not closed and exclusive but, on the contrary, open to the city and usable by those who wish to enjoy the Restaurant, the enchanting 'secret' garden - as are many of the Venetian gardens - and the relaxation of the lounge bar and lobbies.

The non-stop dialogue and full harmony that has characterized the collaboration between the designers of Studio Marco Piva and the Concreta team - from the choice of colors and materials to the sharing of prototypes - made it possible to translate the inspiring concept into a high-profile creation, fully respondent to the contents and needs of the project and the Client.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

THE REALIZATION OF COMMON SPACES
In all common areas of the Radisson Collection Hotel Palazzo Nani you can read the sign of a formal balance of decorative effects, to leave the view free to enjoy these spaces and to collect the infinite suggestions coming from the lagoon city.

The main entrance of the hotel located on the ground floor houses the console-reception and gives access to the two restaurants and the lounge bar / breakfast room.

For the Private Restaurant, a milky white ribbed glass wall paneling was chosen to give rhythm to the space between the seats, a covering embellished with an integrated backlight. In the main restaurant, the focus point is made up of a sculptural monolith-filter, a large marble bench withupholstered seats in a soft teal velvet. A curvilinear bar counter dominates the scene and follows the floor islands. The covering is a textured carpet of white Venezia marble and Paradigma marble which contrasts it in a darker shade. The chromatic dominant of the spaces is the lagoon-greendeclined in its various shades.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

In the lounge bar - which serves also as breakfast room - very dark colors have been selected running from wall to ceiling to create an immersive, enveloping atmosphere and to emphasize precious custom metal elements - such as the wall bottle holder - with a ribbed dark wood that gives rhythm to the wall, the motif of which is taken up by the striped ruby-colored upholstery that recalls the interior of a ‘gondola’.

The two lobbies in the 'noble halls' on floors B and C are characterized by being elegantly frescoed spaces, with ‘marmorini’, muses painted in the ovals above the doors of the second floor hall, fresco ceilings with Apollo, Venus and Cupid and Orpheus in Olympus.

photo_credit Andrea Martiradonna
Andrea Martiradonna

These spaces have required particular efforts to harmonize the current intervention with the needs of a historic home that expresses its beauty and fragility. Thus, the recovered and cleaned historic ‘seminato’ floor was joined by a custom-made mobile furniture designed by Studio Marco Piva, of the same kind but in different colors in dialogue with the colors of the frescoes, with lounge chairs created in collaboration with Natuzzi, alongside tables, work tables and meeting tables always designed by Studio Marco Piva.

The gym, located on floor C, is housed in a frescoed room cleaned with the interventionof a company specializing in the restoration of works of art which has followed the restoration of all decorative elements of the building. The peculiarity of this space consists in the presence of large self-standing cylinders, almost high to the ceiling, handcrafted in metal bent by Concreta and fully equipped, with a high part with decorative and separation function and a base with cabinet function to contain towels, products, small tools and accessories and with an original metal mesh designed to separate while maintaining the lightness of a perforated surface crossed by light. Looking ahead, the area will also host a sauna.

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Andrea Martiradonna

The lighting project includes both custom and branded luminaires. The technical lights were created ad hoc in collaboration with Artemide and completed with large circular chandeliers and LED light sculptures from leading brands such as Italamp, Flos and Vibia. The decorative lighting was handled by Concreta. The large chandelier made up of opal glass spheres especially designed for this project stands out. The opalescence effect crosses the rooms and common areas like a fil-rouge and lights always refer to the transparency and reflections of the glass, to emphasize once again the strong relation with the Territory.

It is not surprising that in a project with a high content of historical and territorial identity like this one for Palazzo Nani, fabrics play a quite relevant role. Here, the declination of the textile elements and the chromatic choices are directly related with the comfort of the seat and the scenographic rendering of the context. Most of the fabrics that dress the hotel spaces are produced by Rubelli, a historic and prestigious Venetian brand. The bright velvets are by Rada Tessuti and the colorful rugs by Besana Carpet Lab play with the textures of the floors and give contrast and movement.

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Andrea Martiradonna

In perspective, even the large 350 square meters garden of the hotel will become a space to be enjoyed with a bar outside and open to the city. In the green, there are sculptures, statues, benches and sofas and two large stone bathtubs recovered during the works - coming from a quarry that is no longer active - and today returned to new life to tell the story of a distant past.

After the soft opening that took place in October 2021, the official inauguration of the Radisson Collection Hotel Palazzo Nani is scheduled for February 2022, during the celebrations for the Carnival of Venice.

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Andrea Martiradonna
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Andrea Martiradonna
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Andrea Martiradonna
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