The hotel’s perspective
The word ‘perspective’ comes from the Latin ‘perspectiva’ and the verb ‘perspicere’, meaning to see through or see clearly. In the 13th century, two dimensions were a fact, as simple as that. In the 14th century, however, the visible world became so important that artists tackled the issue of how to represent it. It was only in the 15th century that linear perspective was created, a system based on precise mathematic rules allowing to exactly measure distances and place figures according to precise propositions. And what about today? At the hotel, we have solved this problem with our mathematical knowledge made of pure Alpine wood multiplied by millions of Dolomite air particles.