A new oasis of design in Grado, Laguna Faro Suites is born

The new Laguna Faro Suites in Grado.

Created by architectural firm Archest, the award-winning Spanish designer Patricia Urquiolain Grado, Laguna Faro Suites will be the elegant and exclusive twin to the nearby Laguna Palace Hotel, of which it will complete the offer by contacting a goals for exclusive and adult customers only.

A real one luxury annex overlooking the lagoon and on the small harbor, which Patricia Urquiola has designed as a particularly well-kept refuge, flooded with light and with a unique design, where architecture and interior reflect the dialogue between man and nature and where the colorful world of the island of Grado is represented in every space.

Patricia Urquiola, who has worked for well-known brands such as Missoni and Louis Vuitton, created the interior of this sophisticated design work by decorating its 34 suites with warm colors and stylish furniture and furnishings; Urquiola was inspired by Casoni – traditional fisherman’s houses, where materials such as straw, reeds, ropes and wood were used – which lead back to the typical lagoon landscape. In the intricate system of islands and natural canals of the lagoon sea ​​water is combined with the mainland to create a mix of colors ranging from the bluish and green tones of the Adriatic to the warm hues, colors that reflect the soul of Grados, and which have been used in the decor of the new Laguna Faro Suites.

All suites are equipped with a spacious terracealmost all with sea views, which is a real treat for couples looking for a private and private environment exclusive whose service is inspired by the new model of hospitality in “villas” and where the design elements combine high craftsmanship with technological innovation and tell the place’s tradition through an original and contemporary style.

In the design of Laguna Faro Suites, Patricia Urquiola applies total respect for pre-existence and the connection to the city’s structure. “That real luxury today is hyper personalization – says Urquiola – a welcome as homely and enveloping as it is discreet and reserved for the discovery of characteristic routes and places “.

The bistro of Laguna Faro Suites serves a sumptuous breakfast of the highest quality, preferring Italian products. An infinity pool on the spectacular panoramic terrace, a wellness area with sauna and Turkish bath, a fitness area and a relaxation area are some of the comforts offered by this elegant hotel. The guests here new structure can also make use of the services and wellness and food and wine suggestions of the nearby Laguna Palace Hotelas well as take advantage of the comfortable private Tivoli establishment for days on the beach dedicated to comfort and relaxation.

Patricia Urquiola.

Patricia Urquiola is one of those most famous designer and architect in the world. After studying architecture in Madrid and a professional education at Milano Polytechnic, he has the work of industrial designer Vico Magistretti and headed the design department of the Lissoni Associati studio. In 2001, she founded her own studio in Milan and specialized in industrial design, architecture, art direction and creative strategy. Urquiola worked for international brands such as B&B Italia, Moroso, Flos, Kvdrat, BMW, Ferrari and Swarovski. His works have been exhibited at art and design museums such as the MoMA in New York, the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris and the Milan Triennial.

Grado Island.

In the Friuli Venezia Giulia region it is known asThe island of the sun or the island of gold thanks to its constant sun exposure and its sandy beaches that appear golden in the sun. It was once part of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy and was officially recognized as a seaside resort and spa on June 25, 1892, when Emperor Franz Joseph passed the law on “The Basic Rules for the Regulation of Spas”. They have passed 130 years ago then, and Grado, thanks to its relaxed atmosphere and always mild climate, is still today the favorite coastal destination in Central Europe.

The picturesque old town has attracted over the years famous personalities from the high society, especially Austrians such as Otto Wagner, Adele Bloch Bauer or Baron Leonardo Bianchi thanks to the elegant avenues, the Art Nouveau villas, the old Christian basilicas and the colorful fishermen’s houses in the harbor. Today isThe island is popular with tourists who appreciate the wide range of water and beach sports it offers. Wind and kite surfing, kayaking, skating, paddling, beach volleyball, pilates, yoga and cycling – in Grado sports holidays are as popular as cultural events, banquets in the many taverns, thalassotherapy in the nearby Terme Marine or relaxation on the beach.

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