Patina Hotels & Resorts has announced that Patina Maldives, Fari Islands will open on April 2021. The ultra-luxe resort is inaugural flagship property from sophisticated new lifestyle brand Patina Hotels & Resorts. This is the latest hospitality concept by Capella Hotel Group.
Designed by renowned Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan, Patina Maldives offers 90 contemporary one- to three-bedroom Beach and Water Pool Villas, alongside 20 Fari Studios. Likewise, all of these embody a harmony of sanctuary and stimulation.
Set in the Fari Islands archipelago in North Malé Atoll, guests can find a new expression of island life through; thoughtful tailormade wellness journeys, interactive music programmes, captivating culinary experiences, and bask in the light-filled James Turrell Skyspace pavilion — all while embracing the vibrant social scene that emanates from the destination’s communal heart: the Fari Marina Village and Fari Beach Club.
Inspired by the beauty and metaphorical significance of the island landscape, Studio MK27’s delicate, rhythmic design for Patina Maldives conjures spaces and atmospheres. This also encourages deep connections with nature, as well as communion with other people.
Patina is unique in the Maldives: an opportunity to be together in isolation. One of the most remote places on Earth and still a place designed for people to meet one another. Patina Maldives embraces our natural conflicts: desire for peace and party, for nature and design, technology and rusticity, self-indulgence and deep reflections.Marcio Kogan, Studio MK27
Kogan’s design vision is reflected throughout Patina Maldives’ accommodation, restaurants and social buildings. Public spaces are open, light and inviting. And they also offer a communal beating heart with the Fari Marina Village and Fari Beach Club.
About Patina Hotels & Resorts
Patina Hotels & Resorts is the latest hospitality concept from Capella Hotel Group. The concept was born out of guests’ desire to honour individuality. Hence, Patina appeals to a new generation of travellers who seek deeper connections with themselves and the world around them. Furthermore, the human-centred design flows with the natural modes people are in; gently and intuitively providing for each guest’s individual needs, ensuring that no two stays are the same.
Feature image by Patina Maldives, Fari Islands