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Switzerland, in general, has great potential for art and craftsmanship, and it is no accident that the Swiss Made label is so highly acclaimed around the world as a standard of excellence. In particular, Zurich is a city submerged in talent, especially in the interior design department. Today, it is with great pleasure, we present you with Monoplan AG – Hospitality Interior Design Projects.
Monoplan has a unique standing within the landscape of architectural firms in Switzerland. By combining architecture, interior design, and branding under one roof, Monoplan is particularly well-placed to meet the needs of projects from the hospitality sector. And after just 12 years in the business, the firm is already “Leading in Hospitality”.
Monoplan’s range of expertise is continuously evolving, as they have an international team. Their office in Zurich is not the only place where you will find members of their specialist team with impressive backgrounds. Monoplan’s branches in Germany and Greece also add to the diversity of the firm.
As a celebration of its 10-year anniversary in Oerlikon, Holiday Inn has commissioned Monoplan to renovate the lobby and bar of the Holiday Inn Oerlikon. The brief was to design cozy and inviting contemporary spaces that would harmonize with the existing building.
Being inspired by the hotel’s close proximity to Zurich’s Hallenstadion, an important venue for concerts, Monoplan’s maxim was “let us entertain you”. Since the hotel’s bar is usually replete with concert-goers the hotel’s reception counter has been designed to double up as a pop-up bar in case of need.
Music also plays the main role in the lounge. Records and instruments serve as decoration. On closer inspection, the pendulum lights above the bar turn out to be converted hi-hats (drums).
Hotel Bellerive au Lac is located right on the shore of Lake Zürich, only a stone’s throw from the Opera House. It was built in the 1920s. Monoplan was tasked with refurbishing the storied building. After extensive reconstruction and renovation work, it will reopen as the first AMERON Boutique Hotel in early 2021.
On the heels of Davos and Lucerne, it will be Switzerland’s third AMERON hotel and the first AMERON Boutique Hotel in the country.
For the interior, Monoplan reimagined the existing hotel design in a more contemporary interpretation. The 61 rooms and suites, as well as the conference rooms, were remade in new splendor. The restaurant, with its new bar, has the potential to become Zürich’s next hot tip for a night out.
After only seven weeks of renovation, the new Lady Spa in the Interalpen Hotel-Tyrol opened in May 2018. This marks the completion of the third and final part of the overall renewal of the Interalpen Spa. In addition to the Lady Spa, a youth club with a cinema room now complements the hotel’s facilities.
The new Lady Spa presents itself in dark tones. The sauna, steam sauna, shower world, and ice fountain are grouped around a room that resembles a scene from the Arabian Nights. The equally stylish relaxation room offers access to the outdoor area with a view of the beautiful mountain panorama.
Another highlight in light shades is the new spa reception with the integrated shop. The interior design zones the spacious room into inviting waiting areas, stylish presentation options for care products, and Monoplan has created an atmosphere of relaxation.
After more than 15 years, the health & beauty area of the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol has been completely redesigned, by Monoplan. The aim was to incorporate the new facilities into the existing premises harmoniously. The treatment rooms in particular are now of the highest technological standard. A private SPA area was created as a new highlight, which can be combined in various ways with the other areas.
The whole renovation, achieved by Monoplan, is based on an overall concept for the entire spa area of the hotel, which will be executed step by step over the coming years. Part of the concept involves turning areas that are loud, bright, and lively into areas that are quiet, dim, and serene. The new treatment area is protected acoustically from the louder areas, meaning that guests can completely relax. A lot of wood, high-quality materials, and intelligent lighting underpin the 5-star-plus claim of the hotel.
In spring 2019, under the motto “NATURAL. LUXURY.”, the new panorama suites on the 7th floor of the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol were finished. This Monoplan’s project involved stripping the entire story all the way back to a shell. To integrate the extensive range of HVAC systems and to create a generous room height, the roof in the lower area had to be slightly elevated. New elements like underfloor heating, ceilings with integrated cooling systems, and sunshades were installed as a matter of course.
The highlight is the large terraces with an unrestricted view over the glorious mountain landscape. And thanks to the large panoramic windows of the new suites, the atmosphere inside is also shaped by the landscape. Overall, the rooms and bathtubs feel extremely spacious and generously sized. High-quality materials like oakwood flooring and exquisite natural stone afford the new interior a classy yet fresh look.
In early 2022, Geneva’s first Ruby Hotel will be opening its doors only 200 meters from Lake Geneva’s shoreline. Right between Rue de Rhône and Rue du Marché, Geneva’s two largest shopping streets and in the city’s very heart. The new hotel, will comprise three interlinked buildings, one of them with an original historical façade. Monoplan was appointed to draft plans for the repurposing of the former office complexes.
A lift takes guests from the Galerie Jean-Malbuisson shopping arcade straight up to the 7th floor to find reception and the public lobby lounge bar.
One of the secrets to Ruby Hotels’ success and popularity is its interior design. Geneva’s Ruby Hotel will thus be presenting many similarities to Düsseldorf’s Ruby Coco and Munich’s Ruby Lilly, but not without subtle differences to underline its very own character.
Monoplan has been tasked with planning the new build of the Grand Hotel Rhodania in Crans Montana. This hotel was once known for its magnificent charm. The design concept aims to resurrect the grandeur and glamour of the former hotel and place it in a new context in interesting ways. High-quality, natural materials will create a timeless, elegant, and extremely luxurious ambiance.
As well as 41 suites, two exclusive maisonette suites on the roof – at 150 m² and 180 m² respectively – are some of the highlights of the new hotel.
The restaurant has been divided into two different spaces with different ambiances, but which complement each other; a sheltered area with tables for private conversation, and an open area for those wanting a more lively and bustling setting.
Boutique Hotel Pellas is situated in the middle of the Swiss mountains, at the heart of a ski resort next to a popular ski piste. Split over four levels, the hotel boasts 22 rooms and one suite. The sun terrace outside has enough space for around 400 guests.
The aim of the project was to renovate the existing building and to add an extension. The extension had to respect the essence of the original building and give the hotel a contemporary overall appearance with high architectural quality. Regular guests were also to have an instant sense of familiarity with the new building.
The facade facing the ski piste is impressive in volume and rises out of the expanse of the roof. The large windows of the façade provide an excellent view over the ski piste and the surrounding mountains.
Parts of the facade and the roof are made from Corten steel, affording the building a distinctive appearance, yet one that incorporates the regional and traditional elements.
The Medical Wellness Hotel on Bürgenstock mountain combines exclusive architecture with the highest level of ecological standards. Thanks to its terraced structure and the green rooftops, the Waldhotel blends in with the landscape.
The building is made from natural materials. The stones used for the façade, for example, originate from the section of the hill that was removed to make way for the hotel, thereby underlining the ecological concept of the building.
With 160 rooms and suites and around 4,800 m² of space for medical applications and wellness treatments, the Waldhotel focuses on the rest and recovery phase following medical procedures.
The building was designed by Matteo Thun & Partners from Milan. As the local partner of Matteo Thun in Switzerland, Monoplan oversaw the implementation planning and coordination with the public authorities.
In Waldenburg/Germany, the new “Panorama Hotel” of the Würth Group is taking shape next to the existing hotel. The conference hotel is characterized by an unparalleled view across the surrounding hilly landscape.
As well as a generous amount of space for holding conferences and a small wellness area, the hotel also boasts highlights of a more culinary nature, including a restaurant and bar.
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