Lissoni Associati was founded in 1986 by Piero Lissoni, an architect, designer and art director in Italy. Lissoni has specialized in hospitality, having developed hospitality design projects around the globe, many of them became iconic among the hotel design industry.
Conservatorium Hotel – Amsterdam
The Conservatorium Hotel occupies the site of Amsterdam‘s former music conservatorium, built in the 19th century.
The new hotel interior design respected the original gothic feeling of the building, while new elements, such as the covered glass courtyard, were inserted to create a contrast between antique and modern.
La Mantia Restaurant – Milan
Filippo La Mantia’s new restaurant in Milan is a modern take on the Sicilian tradition. Filippo’s passionsbmusic, photography, motorbikes are beautifully rendered in the design of architect and friend, Piero Lissoni.
The space extends for 1800 sqm over two floors in a multi-ethic atmosphere that radiates a Mediterranean air.
The restaurant interior design was furnished with selected or custom designed by Piero Lissoni: a bookcase takes up the whole of one wall with no books but Richard Ginori porcelain and anthropomorphic vases of Caltagirone.
Mamilla Hotel – Jerusalem
The Mamilla is situated near Jaffa Gate. The 210 rooms, along with the public areas, are distributed over the building’s eight floors above ground and the two below.
The interior was conceived as a form of labyrinth, with particular attention paid to both natural and artificial lighting.
Oberoi Al Zorah Hotel & Resort – Ajman
Located in the Emirate of Ajman, Al Zorah is a luxury resort with waterfront living and includes a hotel, private villas, restaurants, a spa, swimming pools and a private beach. The main hotel is composed of separate buildings connected by light walkways, with shallow water pools that extend over the inner courtyard where the main restaurant and amenities are situated. The overall mood is inspired by a contemporary approach to traditional oriental architecture.
St. Vincent Resort – Casinò and Congress Center – St. Vincent
The St. Vincent Resort & Casino hosts two hotels, a congress centre, a spa and the Casinò, creating a citadel at the foot of the Alps that overlooks the valley of the Dora river. The new and the old buildings are now connected by glass-enclosed pathways which enable the guests to move around freely. An underground tunnel connects the hotel with the Casino, which has been completed renovated. The restoration and expansion of the entire complex, over 42,000 square meters, was completed in December 2013.
Scala Restaurant – Jerusalem
Scala is a kosher restaurant in the heart of Jerusalem, targeting a diverse clientele of tourists, diplomats, businessmen and local food lovers. The interior architecture combines great elegance with an urban lifestyle and contemporary taste.
Piero Lissoni has received widespread international recognition for his work and, as a result, he has been inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame in New York (2005) and has been nominated Honorary Member of the Altagamma International Honorary Council in Rome (2015).