A dialog between the cultures
THE OMNIA is the contemporary interpretation of the traditional mountain lodge. Here in the Swiss Alps, the mountain lodge, a quintessentially American concept, has been reinvented for its European environment by the New York based architect Ali Tayar. This dialogue between two cultures was the starting point for the design. While the materials and the craftsmanship reflect the tradition of the Valais, the furnishings are inspired by a warm, handcrafted modernism.
This era in 20th century design is revisited in THE OMNIA in the works of a group of European born, American designers whose European roots heavily influenced the American scene. They include Mies van der Rohe, Raymond Loewy, Vladimir Kagan and Eero Saarinen. Their works are complemented by USM Modular Furniture, which is recognised as a design classic in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. But most of the interior furnishings and fittings are custom-made designs by Ali Tayar, conceived to meet the requirements of the mountain lodge and handcrafted by local cabinet makers.
This subtle interplay between design classics and custom-made products underscores the basic concept of the mountain lodge – THE OMNIA is the fusion of a multitude of different elements and influences to make a single harmonious whole.
Here you can forget time
Rooms have no numbers
The rooms and suites couldn’t be more diverse. They vary in their layout and sizes, ranging from the Queen Size room (24m2) to the Double Deluxe rooms (45m2), the Suites (70m2), the Tower Suites (90m2) and, finally, the OMNIA Suite (110m2).
All rooms and suites include a private balcony. Some of the amenities offered are fireplaces, elegant baths with bay windows, Jacuzzis and even saunas. All rooms and suites include a minibar, complimentary wireless LAN internet access, LCD screen TV, a sound system, safe and telephone. DVD players, movies and music are available upon request.