On the Dolomites of Veneto from the inspiration of Edoardo Gellner The Eni Village in Borca di Cadore (Bl) was built between the late 1950s and early 1960s, at the behest of the then president of E.N.I., Enrico Mattei. It is an exceptional and unique site in Italy, in which the best aspects of the landscape and the natural environment blend perfectly with the architecture. built, according to innovative criteria, in a large forest at the foot of Monte Antelao, which with its 3,242 meters dominates the Cadore and overlooks the town of Borca, about ten kilometers from Cortina d’Ampezzo.
The complex, totally renovated, with the support of Edoardo Gellner himself, has kept its architectural value intact. The rooms, now equipped with every comfort, maintain the furniture originally designed.