Hotel Interior Design by Susanne Kaiser

Susanne Kaiser is an interior design, architect, and hotel designer based in Berlin. With 20 years of experience in the field and a unique aesthetic, setting her apart from other architects and interior designers.

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Their services include the interior design of hotels, restaurants, spas and wellness areas, shops, holiday apartments, and private interiors. Their goal is to create places of uniqueness and beauty.

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Kaisser sees joining aesthetic with functionality as the primary task of any designer. She strives to create spaces of timeless elegance, giving each room a piece of identity, and developing coherence with colour and material concepts.

Strandhotel Ostseeblick, Lounge area

Susanne Kaisser Strandhotel Ostseeblick, Lounge area, arm chairs with a deep red tone.

When the lounge area was redesigned, the focus was on new “materiality”. The armchairs are held in deep red and bring a new spirit to the lounge.

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Strandhotel Ostseeblick

Strandhotel Ostseeblick Susanne Kaisser, bedroom view to the sea, with a yellow arm chair and still, some lounge chairs and a center table.
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Strandhotel Ostseeblick Susanne Kaisser, bedroom, here we see a wardrobe and the bed.

The relaunch of the “Strandhotel Ostseeblick” included the redesign of 60 rooms, the public areas and the adjoining “Restaurant Bernstein”. As a further development of the philosophy of the house, all rooms were given an elegant style, wothout forgeting the pratical side.

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Best Western Hotel BALTIC HILLS

Best Western Hotel BALTIC HILLS Susanne Kaisser bedroom sofa area.
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Best Western Hotel BALTIC HILLS arm chairs and sofa area in the bedroom.
Best Western Hotel BALTIC HILLS bathroom, with a bathtub and a shower cabinet.
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Best Western Hotel BALTIC HILLS is located on the sunny island of Usedom with a great view of the golf course beyond. Their task was to create an interior concept that combines modern design with English and rustic elements.

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Hotel ODERBERGER Susanne Kaiser living room/ fire place area.

The historic Stadtbad on Oderberger Straße was built according to the plans of Ludwig Hoffmann. Construction work on the neo-renaissance building began in 1899 and was opened on February 1, 1902. All ornaments and sculptures were made based on templates by the sculptor Otto Lessing.
In 2016 the building was given new use as a hotel, swimming pool and event location.

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Hotel ELBA

Hotel Elba Susanne Kaiser library area, with a classic look.
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Hotel Elba Susanne Kaiser lounge area. Eclectic Style.

The walls are given expressive geometric wallpaper patterns that create an exciting contrast to the old building fabric of the house from the turn of the century. The mix of patterns doesn’t stop at the furniture either: this is where blue-turquoise-coloured velvet armchairs meet armchairs with a zigzag pattern.

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PHNX Boardinghouse und Co-Living, Hamburg

PHNX Boardinghouse und Co-Living, Hamburg Susanne Kaiser, lounging area, with cool tones, predominantly blue.
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PHNX Boardinghouse und Co-Living, Hamburg Susanne Keisser other view of the lounging area, that has a lot of different couches, multicolored furniture.

The location is a real stroke of luck: It not only impresses with its ideal location – close to the university and good transport links to the city of Hamburg – but also with its very special character. The old factory building of the tire manufacturer PHÖNIX exudes a lot of industrial charm and inspired the client to name the project: PHNX.

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