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Inside the property, each earth-toned accommodation has a relaxation area, spa-like bathrooms with inviting rain showers and a spacious private terrace. The elegant furnishings have been curated from Italian brands including Cassina and B&B Italia, and the beds feature mattresses that have been handmade in Italy using natural, sustainable materials including wool, cotton and silk. Throughout Casa di Langa, guests will find a charming collection of fine art that highlights both Italian and American artists.
Many other significant environmentally conscious elements have been incorporated into the project, as GaS Studio and P+F worked together to find a sustainable approach to the architecture and design of Casa di Langa. The boutique hotel is committed to becoming carbon-neutral; it uses 100% recycled water for irrigation, has geothermal heating throughout, a zero single-use plastic policy and features inbuilt solar panels.
“In all of our work, we seek to manage meaningful designs that are responsive to clients’ needs, create memorable spaces that contribute to their communities and landscapes, and touch the land and the environment as gently and as positively as possible,” says Andre Straja, a partner at Goring & Straja Architects. “Casa di Langa is evidence of these efforts and shows the excellence in design and sustainability that is at the heart of our practice and this project.”
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