The Cave Bianche Hotel springs from the calcarenite stone that forms the profile of the island of Favignana.

An eco-design facility that seems to emerge from the depths of the earth, with 39 rooms, a gourmet space perfectly inserted in the surrounding habitat, with underground gardens and pools of water that play with the volumes and geometries of the setting.

Everything in the Cave Bianche Hotel has been designed down to the smallest details by the studio Cusenza + Salvo to ensure complete relaxation in a sustainable approach.

 

For the everyday ritual of the shower, the prestigious hotel has turned to duka, a company specialized in the creation of custom shower stalls, perfect for the home and for hospitality facilities.

The dukessa S 3000 models supplied to the client by Vultaggio, with their luminous vertical profiles, enhance the environment and offer safety and reliability, also thanks to their tempered glass that reduces the formation of marks and limescale.

 

The decision of the Cave Bianche Hotel to work with duka reflects the desire to find products that promote wellbeing while recovering a connection with nature, respecting the ecosystem.

This respect can also be seen in the structural, architectural and interior design choices: natural stone floors, soundproofing materials made with wood and magnesite paste, wooden furnishings with non-toxic finishes, zero-impact energy and water systems, the use of purified water to irrigate green areas, and non-invasive construction technologies.

 

 

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The Cave Bianche Hotel springs from the calcarenite stone that forms the profile of the island of Favignana. An eco-design facility that seems to emerge from the depths of the earth, with 39 rooms, a gourmet space perfectly inserted in the surrounding habitat, with underground gardens and pools of water that play with the volumes and geometries of the setting. Everything in the Cave Bianche Hotel has been designed down to the smallest details by the studio Cusenza + Salvo to ensure complete relaxation in a sustainable approach.   For the everyday ritual of the shower, the prestigious hotel has turned to duka, a company specialized in the creation of custom shower stalls, perfect for the home and for hospitality facilities. The dukessa S 3000 models supplied to the client by Vultaggio, with their luminous vertical profiles, enhance the environment and offer safety and reliability, also thanks to their tempered glass that reduces the formation of marks and limescale.   The decision of the Cave Bianche Hotel to work with duka reflects the desire to find products that promote wellbeing while recovering a connection with nature, respecting the ecosystem. This respect can also be seen in the structural, architectural and interior design choices: natural stone floors, soundproofing materials made with wood and magnesite paste, wooden furnishings with non-toxic finishes, zero-impact energy and water systems, the use of purified water to irrigate green areas, and non-invasive construction technologies.    
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The Cave Bianche Hotel springs from the calcarenite stone that forms the profile of the island of Favignana. An eco-design facility that seems to emerge from the depths of the earth, with 39 rooms, a gourmet space perfectly inserted in the surrounding habitat, with underground gardens and pools of water that play with the volumes and geometries of the setting. Everything in the Cave Bianche Hotel has been designed down to the smallest details by the studio Cusenza + Salvo to ensure complete relaxation in a sustainable approach.   For the everyday ritual of the shower, the prestigious hotel has turned to duka, a company specialized in the creation of custom shower stalls, perfect for the home and for hospitality facilities. The dukessa S 3000 models supplied to the client by Vultaggio, with their luminous vertical profiles, enhance the environment and offer safety and reliability, also thanks to their tempered glass that reduces the formation of marks and limescale.   The decision of the Cave Bianche Hotel to work with duka reflects the desire to find products that promote wellbeing while recovering a connection with nature, respecting the ecosystem. This respect can also be seen in the structural, architectural and interior design choices: natural stone floors, soundproofing materials made with wood and magnesite paste, wooden furnishings with non-toxic finishes, zero-impact energy and water systems, the use of purified water to irrigate green areas, and non-invasive construction technologies.     [gallery ids="104008,104010,103986,103980,103982,103988,103990,104012,103994,103984,103992,103996,103998,104002,104000,1040043,104006"]
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