Aquatio Cave Luxury Hotel

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About This Project

Aquatio Cave Luxury Hotel & SPA – Matera

Thirty-five rooms and suites in the “Sassi” hollowed in the tuff, a restaurant with Mediterranean cuisine and outdoor patio, a lobby bar & lounge, a meeting hall and a 500 sqm SPA with hollowed in the tuff indoor pool. These are the dimensions of Matera’s Aquatio Cave Luxury Hotel & SPA, that integrates the most modern AVE solutions dedicated to advanced hotel management in order to offer a 5-star hotel service.

In this prestigious location, the advanced DOMINA Hotel system allows the computerized temperature control, rooms’ access control, as well as the entrances and lighting’s control for the wellness area.

Directly from the reception PC, the staff can easily supervise the entire building, thus improving the quality of the offered service. The loads’ activation and room services are enabled only in the presence of an authorized card, that must be inserted into the internal reader. In this way, the structure can benefit from a greater energy saving and a better degree of safety, preventing the occurrence of short circuits when the room is unoccupied.

Curated by the internationally renowned architect Simone Micheli, the interior design and lighting design projects are dominated by white colour. Thermostats, internal readers, switches and sockets are signed Domus 100, the white AVE wiring accessories series, and emphasized by the innovative Young 44 front plates – declined in white “3D COLOR“. The external card readers show off an exclusive design: here there are evolved Vip System Touch, refined devices with glass touch front plate and transponder reader that represent prestigious technological elements, underlining the tension of the whole project towards linearity and minimalism.

Credits photos: Juergen Eheim


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