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Art and culture

Throughout our hotel, our guests encounter works of art of all kinds (paintings, video installations, etc.). “Art plays an important role in our lives. Art has the remarkable ability to change our perspectives, evoke emotions in us and spark our creativity. Art pushes boundaries and opens up new perspectives”.
Claudia and Andreas Züllig-Landolt, hosts

Art in the hotel

For the passionate art lovers at Züllig, being surrounded by works of art is also part of an invigorating sense of well-being. Over time, we have developed our own art world. We are happy to share the joy of beautiful works of art with you and you will find a wide variety of exhibits throughout the hotel.

At the Hotel Schweizerhof, art is not a means to an end or decoration, art is part of life and the works of art are more roommates than exhibits. They are discreet companions or stimulating counterparts, depending on your mood. In the new BergSpa and in the Hamam, several new favorite works find a suitable appearance.

Further information

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Guardians by Graubünden artist Olga Titus

The colourful, shimmering, large-format piece by Olga Titus, who was nominated Graubünden Artist of the Year in spring 2022, offers an opulent feast for the eyes. It clearly bears the colourful, interplaying trademark of the multicultural artist with Swiss, Indian and Malaysian roots. Made from printed reversible sequins, the piece changes its appearance depending on the viewing angle or the direction in which the sequins are flattened, and captivates with its complexity. Intensely coloured and mysterious, it invites you into enchanted worlds and encourages you to ponder and dream, savour and rejoice.

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Art in the hotel

Experience art with all your senses – including the art of Max Dudler and Mayo Bucher and the most beautiful hammam in the Alpine region.

Everywhere you look our hotel is full of art: in the Gabar function room, the conservatory, the Restaurant & Bar, in and around the hammam, in the lobby and in the corridors leading to the Alpenchic rooms. At present we are working on a small art guide, which will be published in spring 2022. Until then, we recommend that you simply admire the art as you pass through the hotel and let it draw your own personal response.

“Since man began building, his physical and spiritual needs have been reflected in architecture. The built environment influences the quality of our lives. Viewed in this way, architecture is nothing other than quality of life. We base our thinking and actions on this principle.”

Max Dudler, Schweizerhof hammam architect

Further information

Hammam anniversary book

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