Casa Resgia Veglia in Celerina is a habitat in a class of its own, remodelled and stylishly furnished by interior architect Doris Berchtold. Her spatial compositions of wood combined with powerful materials like steel, stone and concrete masonry exude a warm feeling of harmony.
The high-quality, lavishly illustrated book with its precious crafting documents in a foil-stamped, linen-bound volume how a former sawmill can be transformed into a work of art. The inner part presents itself in ten different metallic colours and a range of paper types: matt-coated paper interplaying with transparent papers. In addition the pages are partially laser stamped. The characteristic box made of untreated spruce wood refers to the sawmill, and as a local wood is moreover the predominant material in the Casa Resgia Veglia. A simple leather band serves as a fastener. The exceptional book also impressed the jury of the Swiss Print Award and won the bronze prize in 2019.
Creative Direction: Nino Izzi
Art Direction: Nino Izzi
Photography: Patrizio Di Renzo
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