Pigmenti is a project that combines color and the physical. It is a project that reinvents the traditional fresco pictorial technique through the most advanced industrial production systems.
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Reclaimed wood flooring was used to visually connect the space: starting with the transaction top of the reception desk (with integrated back lit logo), to the wall in the seating area, surrounding the inset carpet in the conference rooms, and continuing into the “Octapen” which is separated from the seating areas by glass doors.
Transparent facades help to underline Swedbank’s OPENNESS towards the surrounding world while highlighting the semi public functions such as restaurant and conference facilities on the lower floors. The sculptural triple-V structure above creates an integrated roof for the main entrance and breaks up the façade in smaller geometric units.
The primary objective has been to upgrade the resort to a high quality, luxury experience. Only natural materials are used for all its villas as well as public areas. The final product is a fusion of contemporary design and local Maldivian architecture. It is a wonderful combination of wood, different kinds of natural stones and modern design, which blend in creatively with the natural surroundings of the island.
The hotel, featuring 109 rooms, basically consists of two blocks linked by a plinth, developed on two floors, containing public areas. In this project the fundamental concept is the offspring of the idea of “mirage” and “illusion”. Each area then features a key theme, a specific concept, on which the design idea is based.