The "White Marmot" restaurant in the Corviglia ski area near St. Moritz combines top-class gastronomy with lifestyle. The traditional Swiss mountain restaurant, which emerged from the "La Marmite" founded in 1967, was renovated in accordance with the visionary ideas of its owner Hartly Mathis in collaboration with Atelier Zürich and Testa Bodenbeläge.
The White Marmot is divided into a lounge, bar and restaurant area. The existing natural stone floor was not satisfactory because of the poor room acoustics, the sensitivity to moisture caused by the guests' ski boots and the associated risk of slipping. The architects found in Flotex flocked flooring the better alternative.
Comfort, anti-slip, easy care and durability could be guaranteed with just one floor covering. Moreover, the client and the planner were impressed by the endless design possibilities of the Flotex digital print technique. The digital printed Flotex Vision design was able to fulfill the requirements of a modern style in the ambiance of the 1960s and 1970s.
|Location||Engadin St. Moritz - Skigebiet Corviglia|
|Date of Completion||2017|
|Interior Architect||Atelier Zürich GmbH, Zürich|
|Photography||Birgit Groh, Zürich|
|Installation||Testa Bodenbeläge AG, St. Moritz|