The Al Moret loft is the newly project carried out by the architectural studio ovre.design® of Giulia Delpiano and Corrado Conti, a consolidated firm in the field of interior design, product design and creative direction.
The loft is located in Sarnonico, in the Val di Non, inside a building which, at the beginning of the 20th century, was initially a hotel in the Trentino valley, operated by Maria “Moretta” (dark-haired), that has formed the original “Al Moret” name. The property remained hers until 1975, when it was purchased by the current owners’ family that decided to turn it into a residential structure with spacious apartments.
The keys to the rooms are distinctive elements of the original structure. Among them, the key number 9 of the actual Al Moret loft stands out as it opens the old attic renovated by ovre.design® in a luxury and welcoming apartment, the casket of hospitality and oasis of calm and refinement. Because they recall the history and tradition of the building and are a characterizing symbol, the keys were placed at the entrance to the loft.
While the 90-square-meter apartment reminds the actual owner Daniele Piacentini childhood memories, it also expresses a new form of receptive structure, intended to accomodate guests who choose the Val di Non as a place to spend vacations and enjoy quiet moments.
ovre.design® has turned this intimate and unique place into a functional, bright and exclusive mountain loft curated in interior design to enhance the value of hospitality.
The studio intervened in a residential reality in a mountainous environment with the objective of maintaining the characteristics and peculiarities of the original building. The materials chosen by the architect Giulia Delpiano and the designer Corrado Conti, are natural and local materials, such as wood and stone, reinvented with a modern twist.
The loft is divided into an open space area and a mezzanine floor. The open space features a double-height large central area with a kitchen and dining room that stands out with its table and banquette. To ensure a warm atmosphere, a fireplace and a modern, comfortable living area with a versatile sofa-bed that can turn into a third double bed have been added. Next to the living room, the master bedroom is distinguished by a customized queen-size headboard designed by ovre.design® and made by Bonfante, a contractor who took care of the entire loft realization on the study design.
The main bathroom, large and spacious, is characterized by a anthracite grey colored stoneware which recalls a stone-made washbasin. A service bathroom is also present for guests.
The mezzanine floor, reached by a wooden staircase with a glass balustrade, includes a cozy study area with a desk and a bookcase, as well as a large box spring, and provides light and privacy through frosted glass.
To ensure the maximum amount of natural light, new dormer windows were placed to make both floors brighter.
The Al Moret loft is a project where the ovre.design® studio expressed its originality by realizing a design that combines the tradition of a mountain structure with a modern style, characterized by a refined and quality aesthetic. Every space in the loft has been optimized with storage rooms purposely designed to ensure functionality and convenience, usable for up to six people.