/ Badrutt’s Palace Hotel Serlas Wing

Articulations of local architectural traditions with contemporary expressions

St. Moritz, Switzerland
7.500 sqm
Badrutt's Palace Hotel
HospitalityRenovation, Restoration and Adaptive ReuseUrban design
Hotel extension
Project: Antonio Citterio, Patricia Viel, with Sara Busnelli, Francesca Carlino, and Clara Alfieri, Renata Balzano, Mattia Cattaneo, Gabriel Fagundes, Carolina Gosio, Paolo Longoni, Giuseppe Molteni, Ksenia Philippova, Valentina Rigoni, Serena Toniolo, Mariagrazia Triuzzi, Alessandra Troisi, Elena Vezzali, Stefano Zeigner / Visualization & graphics: Alessandro Banfi, Niccolò Brussa, Sebastiano Marini, Mina Nazmy, Ilaria Olivari, Sabrina Panero, Daria Passaro

Serlas Wing represents an important milestone in the development of the world-renowned Badrutt’s Palace Hotel in St. Moritz. This new building has been conceived to offer a one-of-a-kind guest experience, establishing harmonious relations with the natural surroundings, thanks to comfortable spaces where people can gather and spend time together.

Serlas Wing celebrates local architectural traditions with a contemporary design touch. The project consists of a solid building in stone punctuated by carved-in windows, seamlessly connecting with the local context.

Serlas Wing building will comprise six stories offering 25 new luxurious accomodations. The interiors are characterized by the use of high-quality materials, coming from nearby alpine regions, and have been designed taking inspiration from local traditions: all guestrooms feature oak wood, natural stone flooring and wool-fabric wall paneling.

The façade and outdoor lighting design accentuates the architectural qualities of the building, enhancing the wonderful surroundings, while indoor lighting inspires an appreciation for textures and materials.