Located at the edge of The Italian Alps, Nerocubo Hotel is an establishment that works with nature’s elements in an artistic and sustainable way.
Designed by Metroplan A/I and subsidiary, TechPlan, the four-star Nerocubo Hotel is located in Rovereto, Trentino. Intended as a business and design hotel, and built as part of the ‘Area 22’ complex, the construction sits by the Adige River, and stretches across a heady eight floors. These incorporate various parts of the venue, and include the 47-meter-squared Business and Sky Suites; Deluxe, Classic and Superior rooms; Wellbeing Suite, which offers treatments in the Sweet Spa Cabins; Sliding Rooms; and meeting areas that hold up to 250 attendees – all alongside three restaurants and a wine bar.
The Hotel’s dark exterior is structured in a sharp, linear manner, and together with the opposing bright interiors of the building the place is nothing short of edgy and elegant. However, the concept behind the construction is simple: to connect its design though a common thread. This is something that Metroplan and TechPlan have achieved through the building’s materials of concrete, wood and glass, and also by way of the interior designs.
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