CCHE is carrying out for Audemars Piguet the project for the new Hôtel des Horlogers developed by the BIG office.
The project provides for the replacement of the current Hôtel des Horlogers by a new hotel with around fifty standard rooms and suites.
CCHE, appointed as the local architect and general planner of the project, is involved in a cross-cutting manner, ensuring not only the monitoring of the project but also the flow of information between the stakeholders, collaboration with the authorities, quality control and the execution of the works.
BIG | Bjarke Ingels Group
Manufacture d'Horlogerie Audemars Piguet SA, Le Brassus
Boutique Hotel, 50 rooms available including 12 suites, conference rooms, lobby, 2 restaurants, bar and wellness area.
Floor area (GFA)
The "Z" shaped building is declined in 5 ramps and is totally integrated in the hilly landscape of the Vallée de Joux. Heated with wood and made from raw materials such as local stone and wood, it has an interior walkway linking the bedrooms, lobby, restaurants, spa and seminar rooms.
AUM. Pierre Minassian
The CCHE la Vallée office was commissioned to propose a vision of interior design for the Hôtel des Horlogers, with the objective of proposing a project with a strong identity capable of embodying the rebirth of luxury tourism in the region and laying the foundations of a new style specific to the Vallée de Joux. To achieve this, the project finds its inspiration in the world and codes of watchmaking with a layout and furniture representing precision, refinement and attention to detail.
On Monday, June 4, 2018, we celebrated the laying of the foundation stone of the future Hôtel des Horlogers d'Audemars Piguet. See the article on the subject