The Albatroz Hotel in Cascais, Portugal has revealed a complete refresh courtesy of native agency Viterbo Interior Design. Thought-about “the grand dame of the Portuguese coast,” the boutique resort has been revived with a timeless opulence impressed by Nineteen Forties and ’50s model. A refreshed coloration palette anchored in azure tones was conceived to evoke a fluid, easygoing sensibility.
“There was, in a approach, an intention to gravitate to that golden period, leaving a way of timelessness in every room, however really reinterpreting it with a contemporary contact,” says Gracinha Viterbo, who helms the eponymous design agency. “An limitless assortment of blues flows throughout—spreading a temper for relaxation and detachment of on a regular basis life. Instances stops there, and an invite to letting go begins.”
Tiled surfaces distinguish the Albatroz Resort’s many convivial public areas, whereas customized artwork installations by a medley of up to date artists animate the refined design with hand-drawn murals adorning hallways and a big tapestry punctuating the stairways. Hand-embroidered and pure linens conceptualized by Viterbo’s specialised atelier additionally wrap interiors to additional showcase Portuguese artisanry. The atelier additionally created the resort bar’s bespoke patchworked tabletops and mirrors constructed from conventional Portuguese baskets. “The design of the resort is known as a homage to Portuguese craft,” Viterbo provides.