Suite Hotel, Riccione, Italy.
Passing by Rimini and its riviera, observing the city and walking the beaches, the architecture is masked and ready for that never-ending saturday night, typical of Romagna summers.
The trampoline suite hotel is characterized by an architectural shell of over a thousand square meters entirely made of Dupont Corian. With 40 years of history re-interpreted and renovated, the architectural structure masked by a ship’s appearance has been transformed from its original playground, including trampolines, into a restaurant and finally into an eighteen suite hotel.
Architectural Design: A. Scarponi, A. Zausa – Conceptual Devices
Executive Design: A. Scarponi, S. Massa – Conceptual Devices
Construction Manager: Christian Mazzotti – Studio Mazzotti
Project Manager: Giuseppe Emiliani – Emmegì
General Contractor: Carpentedil
Interior Design Contractor: Gianluca Sanchi / Sinventa
Structures: Roberto Tonini – Studio AMS
MEP: Gianmarco Amati – IRCI S.p.A.
Electrical engineering: Renzo Tentoni – Studio Tecnoprogetti
Project Construction Coordination: Francesco Calzolari
Collaborators: Arch. F. Pacher, Arch. N. Manenti
Interiors Photo Courtesy of Alessandro Omiccioli
Area: 1343 mq / 6690 mc
Construction Time: 18 months
Construction Periods: September 2009 – May 2010 / October 2010 – July 2011.
- 2013 A. Scarponi, Tragbares Hotel Zimmer, in BIANCO, Alpine Lifestyle Magazine, Summer Issue, p.10.
- 2012 A. Scarponi, Trampolines Suite Hotel, in L. Ugge', Una Nave Tutta Bianca, in SUITE N. 161, October 2012.