Emma Wingfield  31 Jan, 2017   Stories, Designer, Design, interior design, architectural design

From cozy cabins to opulent entryways, there is no end to the list of breathtaking ski lodges located around the globe. Paired with sweeping panoramas of snow filled mountains, nature’s scenery is hard to one up. But after a long day of playing in the snow, what is more perfect than a fireplace to warm cold toes while basking in the rustic charm of a lodge that relishes relaxation.

Here are eight ski lodges from around the world that captivated our winter design dreams, inspiring us to bundle up and hit the slopes.


Amangani Lodge - Jackson Hole, WY

Designed by Edward Tuttle, the lodge’s elegant simplicity stands in contrast to the rugged landscape, allowing you to be comfortable and sink into the views.

L’Apogéé Courchevel - France


Interiors designed by India Mahdavi and Joseph Dirand.

Montage Deer Valley - Park City, Utah

This classic on-mountain look was designed by Wilson & Associates.

Fairmont Banf - Canada


Originally built in the nineteenth century and designed by architect Bruce Price, the hotel’s building was rebuilt in 1911 by Walter S. Painter and further renovated by J.W. Orrock.


Hotel Jerome - Aspen, CO

Built in 1889 and re-opened in 2012, the Hotel Jerome was completely restored and redesigned back to the hight of historic luxury by Tal Studio.


The WhiteFace Lodge - Lake Placid, NY

A rustic timber design to match the idyllic Adirondack landscape. Interior design by Joszi Meskan.


The Little Nell - Aspen, CO

Interior Designed by Holly Hunt


The Chedi Andermatt - Switzerland

Interior Design: Denniston International Architects and Planners Ltd.


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