Fratelli Boffi’s collections at the new Hotel Bains De Saillon in Switzerland
Up the Rhone valley, halfway between Martigny and Sion, surrounded by a large orchard in the vicinity of a spa, lies Hotel Bains de Saillon, a new addition to Swiss luxury Hotels&Spas created by the company Boas Construction SA and opened last October.
Fratelli Boffi presents some of its creations in the lounge and common areas of this renowned location surrounded by vegetation, which make it possible to propose a refined, precious style in each setting.
The company’s famed cabinet-making artistry, its collections reinterpreting classic pieces with a new, versatile approach, along with Fratelli Boffi‘s ability to offer clients a custom-made service make it an ideal partner in the contract field.
Within the Hotel Bains de Saillon, seats, tables and accessories display different finishings and colours, perfectly matching the chromatic palette chosen for the outfitting, which is characterised by light shades, ranging between beige and pearl-grey, and by the high consistency of wood. The synergy between old shapes and decoration patterns along with contemporary design make this Swiss hotel a captivating, versatile space.
The collection chosen to beautify the luxurious hotel includes armchairs Curzon, Madama and Duchesse of Home by Archer Humphryes Architects. Defined by a seatback outlined by a wooden perimeter and base, these seats have an imposing volume and a feminine, sinuous profile, perfectly merging refined design and extreme comfort.
The two cocktail tables Aurous and Ink, designed by Archer Humphryes Architects display a neat yet ornamental style, as well as a mixture of different fine materials. Supported by three thin, rectangular, American walnut legs, the tables come with different surfaces: Aurous has a thick black & gold marble surface, whereas Ink has a soft leather-covered top.
The lounge is completed by the original footstools Kir Royal by Christophe de la Fontaine, who plays with the contrast between contemporary finishings and classic shapes reproducing curtain tassels, a vintage bourgeois detail typical of sitting rooms. Ironically evoking the splendour of vintage boudoirs, Kir Royal seems to take the shape of ever-changing objects depending on the catalogue proposal: a velvet version, with trimming decorations on the sides and a velvet top, and another version entirely decorated by trimmings.