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Clodagh Design is a multi-disciplinary design studio based in New York City and today we will learn more about them and their hospitality projects. The studio has a wide portfolio of awards as well as projects in over 24 countries. Clodagh Design is also known for its broad range of eco-conscious projects and products.
Clodagh Design lives by the motto “Life-Enhancing Minimalism”. Clodagh, the founder of the studio, believes that good design is made to support well-being and that it has the ability to transform people’s lives. The designer was one of the firsts in the field to adopt feng shui – a pseudoscientific traditional practice originating from ancient China, which consists of using energy forces to harmonize individuals with their surrounding environment.
Clodagh plans their projects taking into consideration the client’s style and needs, as well as the context and environment, and that, of course, also applies to their hospitality projects.
1- East Hotel Miami
The mission behind this project was to provide an inclusive and warm welcome and hospitable experiences to its guests, while also reflecting the spirit of Miami. A combination of materials, colours, lighting and comfortable furniture was used, paired with luxurious sculptural pieces and curated art.
2- Whiskey Blue Ft. Lauderdale
Clodagh was invited by Rande Gerber to create a space that would reflect the relaxed sexiness inherent of Whiskey Blue’s location. The colours and shapes were chosen to transmit this ambient and to create an inviting atmosphere that no one can resist.
3- Dining at Six Senses Kaplankaya
The large restaurant offers a daily rich breakfast buffet, making sure to use the freshest ingredients, local cheeses and cold cuts from the region. You can also have a taste of a full international dinner buffet with Mediterranean influences.
Clodagh pretended to create a casual and luxurious place to match the context of the restaurant.
4- Six Senses Douro Valley
This Resort and Spa located in Portugal was planned having in mind all the elements and senses, to bring a full experience to the visitors. Clodagh made use of authentic and honest materials, working with local artisan and craftsman to provide a luxurious retreat with a serene and quiet atmosphere.
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Since the beginning of his career, Christian Liaigre surprises everyone with his restrained and clean aesthetic vocabulary which impresses with its difference and modernity. The artist went through a thought process about design drawing on natural materials and excellent workmanship. He matches a concept that privileges arts and crafts in the spirit and tradition of French furniture.
During his career, the Liaigre signature has been synonymous with high standards and refinement. The use of the best natural materials and excellent workmanship was, without any doubt, the aspects that made his designs unique.
Not only do materials make Christian Liaigre designs unique, but also his particular style. He considers his style “style without being stylish”. It consists of clean designs, simple writing. The luxurious simplicity seduced the most demanding clients in the world and allow him to do some incredible projects.
If each new project aims to tell a unique narrative, the Liaigre style shines through subtly: simple writing with spaces tailored to the demands of the users, a strict aesthetics concept that emphasizes the beauty of the materials, and a timeless contemporary attitude that combines elegance and simplicity.
The restaurant La Société is the result of a partnership between Jean-Louis Costes and Christian Liaigre. It personifies the cultivated, refined, cosmopolitan spirit of the neighbourhood, which was once the epicentre of publishing and literature. The restaurant has its very own atmosphere, a mix of French brasserie and British gentleman’s club.
Raw wood, marble, mahogany, and leather, among other materials used in this project, combine to create a muted, restrained aesthetic that fits the restaurant’s sophisticated, purposefully timeless design. Browns, beige, grey, and white combine to generate a sense of tranquillity and comfort as soon as you walk in.
In this specific project, Liaigre reflects a delicate combination of English heritage, Chinese culture, and French design. True to himself, the design was based on the artist motto “fit in the context” — rooting inspiration in local culture, customs, and lifestyle.
Furniture pieces and lightings are exclusively drawn and custom made for the project. That allows Christian Liaigre to reflect what the client wishes.
The use of refined materials—Liaigre’s signature style—are met with a contrasting palette that pairs whites with the deep shades of wenge and teak woods. This combination allows a perfect balance between sophistication and comfort.
The use of the materials by Christian Liaigre is deliberately minimalist, ranging from the essential to the natural, to better emphasize the beauty of the site.
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One of the most well-known and prestigious interior design firms in America, Interiors by Steven G. is one of the main staples of design in Florida. Based in Pompano Beach, IBSG offers a wide range of high-end services in Interior Design and Architecture. Their international, multi-disciplinary team prides itself in guiding its clients through the entire process, while always collecting and taking their input into account. Throughout the years, the company has received numerous awards for its residential, commercial, and hospitality projects.
Steven Gurowitz was born in Queens and began to be interested in interior design once he moved to Miami and started to make deliveries for a furniture boutique at the age of 19. After dabbling in design books and some creative work, Interiors by Steven G. came to life in 1984.
After almost 40 years, the company has kept faithful to its principle of not having a signature style but instead adapting to the client’s taste and preference. Even after creating a true empire, Steven still manages to be involved in every project the firm takes on.
IBSG has produced multifaceted projects in styles such as contemporary, traditional, and transitional. The key focus for the company is that its designs are functional and stand the test of time. Nowhere are these principles more evident than in their Hotel projects, where every interior feels truly timeless and not like a flimsy trend.
The design of the lobby of Pier 27 reflects harmony and tranquility. You can identify an elegant contrast between clear and darker surfaces that feels refined. The seating areas fit the overall color palette and are elevated by the use of rugs.
This design feels like a traditional South Florida one: a light color palette with the inclusion of floral elements.
An exquisite design with the addition of artistic elements.
Luxury is the main theme of this project. The interiors reflect a great level of opulence without it being too much. One can’t imagine walking in the Palazzetti St Peter without feeling dazzled by this design.
The golden details of this design are the star of the show. These just lift the entire room’s elegance and give it an exquisite high-end touch.
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Martin Brudnizki, London and New York-based, is widely regarded as one of the best interior designers working today. Martin studied Interior Architecture and Design at The American University, and after working with a number of prominent architects and designers, he founded Martin Brudnizki Design Studio (MBDS) in London in 2000, followed by a studio in New York in 2012.
At the heart of the Studio’s work is a profound commitment to the individual and their experience of an interior. Through the careful study of a project’s context and a client’s lifestyle, a dedication to functionality, and a love of layering different materials, textures and styles, the Studio hand-crafts environments that enable clients to develop personal and long-lasting relationships with their interior spaces.
Martin Brudnizki Design Studio works across the world with notable clients including Four Seasons, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts, Six Senses Luxury Resorts, Soho House Group, The Birley Group, Caprice Holdings, Sydell Group, Beaumarly Group, The Surf Club, Andrew Carmellini, Royal Academy of Arts, Nobu Matsuhisa and Daniel Boulud.
Through this experience, the Studio has acquired a high level of expertise in the design and realization of high-profile and luxury schemes, always reducing the complexity of any project to simple design solutions.
Situated in the ultra-modern K11 Musea on Hong Kong’s picturesque Victoria Harbour, the new Fortnum & Mason stands as a beacon of English hospitality in a burgeoning market.
Blending together the original store’s Georgian design influences with eastern inflections, moments of joy and innovation, the shop floor effectively contrasts against the ultra-modern external architecture in the store’s restaurant interior design.
Inspired by the grandiose homes and gardens in Bellagio, Italy and the whirlwind glamour and excitement of Las Vegas, The Mayfair Club by Martin Brudnizki is a fine-dining restaurant at Bellagio Hotel.
In the dining area, scalloped edged banquettes in sumptuous red velvet are paired with contrasting green dining chairs, whilst timber tables exude glamour and sophistication.
But it’s about his restaurant designs that Inspiration and Ideas are particularly in love with. Filled with glamour and a very contemporary design style that merges various concepts, his interior design ideas are utterly out of the box and never ordinary.
Located in the heart of Stockholm is Pas d’Art, an iconic brasserie once known as Cafe Wiener. Oozing glamour, color, and heritage, the new Pas d’Art brasserie is warm and vibrant, serving guests from breakfast through to dinner.
A harlequin pattern-inspired painted ceiling looms overhead and echoes the curves and art deco influences of local architecture whilst Murano glass wall lights shaped like faces adorn the walls and nod to the Swedish art movement, Swedish Grace. A mixture of banquette and dining chair seating is divided by frosted glass panels, helping to create a relaxed yet private ambiance, perfect for dinner with friends and family.
With his unique designs showcased throughout the world, Martin Brudnizki has become one of the industry’s top interior designers. Specializing in restaurants, bars, hotels, and private clubs, he has created many well-known and luxury interior designs around the world. The majority of his interior design projects include luxury hotels and modern restaurants.
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Dimorestudio is a Milan-based full-service, global architectural and design studio that spans residential, retail and hospitality projects, in addition to, producing furnishings, textile and lighting designs under the name of Dimoremilano.
Immerse in the vibrant patterns and retro colors, the new Hôtel Saint-Marc’s aesthetics is a mix of the Art Deco era with a vintage vibe. Dimorestudio was selected to Design that charm of yesteryear and incorporate a fresh style into the spaces, adapting the spectacular architectural details to a concept that mixes vintage with original creations made to measure.
Paris is a city that lives a balance between the past and the future, which is breathed in its streets and buildings. The Hôtel Saint-Marc is no exception as it is located in a building dating from 1791, which has been part of major social and architectural transformations.
At the lobby, guests are welcomed by a combination of white and black marble, in the purest French tradition. Refined tones and furnishings in sumptuous velvet create a warm feeling in the common areas. Some accessories and custom furniture pieces were made to contrast the classical architecture and to the art deco elements present.
Composed of 25 rooms, the interior design studio created each one of them as a private area for each visitor to take ownership of the place. They use 6 base colors that alternate in each room, ranging from a mustard tone to a green pine.
This chromatic selection brought a touch of the 60s – 70s to the style, which was given a twist with a contemporary concept of the modern furniture that adapts to the needs of today‘s travelers. With these experiences, this luxury hotel is a place where the elegant and entertaining spirit of Paris is marked.
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Jonathan Adler, the famous interior designer, created another exciting and colourful design project in a hotel in Palm Springs. The Hotel Parker Palm Springs reflects Adler’s lively flair. In the heart of the desert, Jonathan Adler first designed Parker Palm Springs in 2004. Some months ago, following an unbelievable metamorphosis, the new hotel design unveiled its new face.
The essence of this location was to be preserved by Jonathan Adler, who honoured architecture of the 1950s and mid-century. He intended to add more contemporary elements to the hotel at the same time.
Parker Palm Springs’ luxurious and unique esthetic draws tourists from all over the world and from Los Angeles who generally stay in Palm Springs weekends to enjoy the sun and warm weather at all times.
Observe the photos and discover why this project is amazing.
Amongst the new elements of the hotel, it is impossible for the bronze sculpture, in the shape of a banana and whose height reaches more than two meters, not to stand in the garden.
The Parker Palm Springs has numerous villas one of which is the name of the cowboy singer, named Gene Autry, who owned and resided there in 1961, and notably forms the atmosphere of Hollywood and comprises of several design furniture items from a collection by Jonathan Adler.
The Parker Palm Spring offers a wide range of stylish restaurants, bars with varying styles and preferences, Norma an outdoor area with a deck, Mister Parker’s dark-coloured, Counter-Reformation bar with a brass element, mirrors and tiles, Mini bar as a jewellery box.
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Iria Degen Interiors is the interior design studio we will discover today. The Swiss studio focuses on timeless, elegant, and sustainable design. The studio and its team of designers and architects work on both private and public projects across the world, facing challenges head-on with motivation to create diverse projects that fit each of their client’s needs and visions.
Iria Degen does not work the same way for every project; they all start with an idea and work towards a plan that is user-oriented and seeks solutions that merge aesthetics with functionality, taking into consideration a perfect dialogue between architecture, design and context.
Iria Degen Interiors makes use of high quality, natural materials, discreet colours and simple forms to create harmonious and comfortable environments. They do not aim to create a “stylish” design, but one that fits every room naturally.
1- MÄRTHOF, BASEL
The project for the Hotel Märthof Basel displays contemporary elements mixed with mid-century shapes and colours, giving it an atmosphere of nostalgia and comfort. We can already imagine ourselves reading a book in this space.
2- WALHALLA, ST.GALLEN
Hotel Walhalla St.Gallen exhibits a more classic-contemporary look brought out by the team at Iria Degen, keeping the shapes clean and the colours neutral. A perfect place for relaxation and enjoying your well-deserved me-time, away from work and complications. Let yourself adapt to the space: simple space, simple mind.
3- PULLMAN BASEL EUROPE, BASEL
Pullman Basel Europe follows with the classic-contemporary vibe, keeping the hues neutral and adding statement pieces like big ceiling lights, making the space look luxurious while keeping the shapes and elements simple. This looks like the perfect place to relax on your vacation.
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Kelly Wearstler, considered to be one of the finest female designers in the world, developed a new luxury hotel in Austin’s magnificent perspective, in a distinctive way.
The Austin Proper Hotel & Apartments consists of a sculptural building of 32 storeys, which merge a 244-room hotel with 99 premium residences.
Located at the cultural crossroads of the Second Street District in the centre of Austin, the project was created as a consequence of visual cooperation between Kelly Wearstler, Handel Architects, and McGuire Moorman Hospitality.
The building is located within Austin’s creative core, with the design supervision of Kelly Wearstler, who takes into account the distinctive influences of artistic and craftsmanship traditions, which are unique to the Texan city. Austin’s most majestic luxury residences have a rich, unique atmosphere.
Eye-catching details include a sculptural staircase installation of 60 patch-worked vintage rugs and a monolithic timber and ceramic grandfather clock in the lobby of Kelly Wearstler’s boutique hotel. Surfaces add textural interest, with local artists and materials featuring prominently throughout. Such elements include pots, trays and cabinet inlay tiles by ceramicist Rick Van Dyke; locally quarried travertine on the pool deck; Delta wood paneling; native elmwood; and antique mirror finishes.
Each of the 244 rooms and suites counts Austin as a muse and is heavily influenced by local craft, from raw travertine sourced from nearby quarries to original fiber artworks by Magda Sayeg and trays by Rick Van Dyke. Branded touches include Kelly Wearstler x Parachute Home robes and signature Proper beds layering Simmons Providence Mattresses, Fili D’oro, and Bellino Fine Linens.
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Kuwait has been that dream location that everyone talks about, and this time Yabu Pushelberg transformed it into a five-star destination for you to spend some time relaxing with its newest Luxury Boutique Hotel.
Rising from the Middle-Eastern skies at the Burj Alshaya complex, the newest Four Seasons hotel by design firm Yabu Pushelberg surely doesn’t go under the radar. The building itself is imposing and glorious, counting with stunning architectural design, but it’s on the inside that a five-star experience is hidden in what became one of the best hotels in Kuwait.
Yabu Pushelberg has humanized the scale of the hotel’s vast interior halls with subtle renditions of Middle Eastern motifs, such as bronze accents on low-slung furniture, typical mashrabiya screens rendered onto towering columns, the floor-to-ceiling windows in the 284 bedrooms and suites, and privacy screens in the bathrooms, polygonal-shaped lamps, and soaring timber arches that recall the gentle bend of desert palms. This interior design project really demands luxury and elegance.
For this hotel design, there was no such thing as too much, shyness or simpleness. Yabu Pushelberg truly pushed the boundaries of normative interior design and went all-in with the world’s largest crystal Lasvit chandelier in the lobby, which reflects such beautiful light when the sun meets with the precious and refined glass.
The long and gold staircase to heaven leads you to mesmerizing divisions that enhance luxury and beauty such as 438sqm Royal Suite and a double-storey spa that, to be honest, is one of the most beautiful divisions of this Yabu Pushelberg project. A true oasis of luxury!
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Gilles and Boissier are a duo that complements each other in a way that proves that opposites attract. If wood species and pure lines are Patrick Gilles’ language, Dorothée Boissier plays with colours, spatial fluidity and innate elegance to brighten spaces up. Having been working together since 2004, Gilles and Boissier have completed all kinds of projects, both nationally and internationally, from residences to hotels, luxury stores to contemporary restaurants.
See also: Top 10 Luxury Boutique Hotels in Paris
Partners in life and in interior design, Gilles and Boissier complement each other in order to create some of the best interiors today. We gathered images of Café De L’Homme, a beautiful restaurant designed by the duo that serves as the perfect inspiration for any hotel owner or contractor wishing to redecorate or create a new restaurant.
If strict lines and a distinctive taste for fine woods can be attributed to Patrick Gilles, Dorothée has a way with spatial fluidity, colours, and intuitive elegance. This talented couple was chosen by Coveted Magazine for the Top 100 Interior Designers Of 2017 List.
The restaurant Cafe De L’Homme is beautifully designed, both indoors as well as outdoors, with a breathtaking view over Paris that encompasses the Eiffel Tower.
Take a look from above to understand the environment of this amazing restaurant.
Take a look at the sitting area’s brilliant details.
This project clearly shows the marvellous and unique combination of the styles by Gilles and Boissier. Everyone would be amazed by this perfect combo. Of course, we left the best part for the end. This is the outdoor section of the Cafe De L’Homme.
Usually, people say that you can see the Eiffel Tower from anywhere in Paris, however, you don’t always have this close of a view, and so clear as well. Here you can sit at a stunning dining table and have the perfect French meal while looking at one of the most iconic landmarks in the entire world.
Continuing with our design “tour” of the beautiful Café De L’Homme, you can appreciate the designers’ incredible talent from this perspective, from which one can pay attention to the stunning design created by Gilles and Boissier.
Café De L’Homme is only one of Gilles and Boissier’s wonderful projects. If you are looking for more inspiration for your own hotels and restaurant’s projects, our advice would be to search more about this incredibly talented couple. Also, if you wish to learn more about other top designers that create hotel interiors, you can always get more inspiration for your projects with us!
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Today we present Hotel Design Ideas more specifically for restaurants. Beefbar is located in the old dining room of the Langham hotel in Paris and was designed by Humbert & Poyet.
Just a few steps away from the Champs-Elysées the new Beefbar Paris restaurant opened its doors with a stunning Interior Design project by Humbert & Poyet, the top architects who brought to life the richness of this Art Noveau Jewel.
Following Monaco, Hong Kong and Mexico, the partnership continues between Ricardo Giraudi, creator of the Beefbar restaurant concept in 2005, and interior architects Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet.
The respect for this masterpiece would be the pivot axis of the project, but it was mandatory to restored as it deserved, for which they brought together the best craftsmen, manufacturers of mirrors, painters, decorators, willing to give once again to that jewel the splendour of yesteryear.
This historical and aesthetic pattern inspired the studio, accustomed to creating elegant and peculiar environments, to play the contrast between the old and the extremely contemporary, “a game of love between sobriety and eccentricity”, as they themselves claim, repainting the imposing work following the spirit of the old times, in shades of green and bronze.
Saturated colours and contemporary furnishings contrast with the industrial ceiling and the black and minimalist exterior. Art Nouveau-inspired carpets, and Art Deco motifs, all in a vibrant nod to the city’s rich design history.
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Nicolas Thermed creates Modern Hotel Design Projects brings an authentic style to Interior Design Projects, take a look.
THERMED is an Interior Architecture and Design Agency based in the heart of the 9th arrondissement of Paris.
Founded in 2012 by NICOLAS THERMED, it has to its credit many hotel projects and intervenes as much in the field of places receiving the public as in the private sector.
Nicolas Thermed Architecture Projects
Nicolas Thermed Architecture is an Interior Design Agency based in Paris. Since 2012, NICOLAS THERMED and his team achieved several projects for public spaces like hotels, bars, restaurants, spas.
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Jestico and Whiles is an employee-owned international architecture and interior design practice based in London and Prague. They have been responsible for major projects throughout the UK and across the world, proving the reach of their expertise in all kinds of projects and across a wide range of sectors: housing, hotels, education, offices, retail, research, transport, and cultural facilities. Whether the project is big or small, old or new, home or away, the diversity of Jestico and Whiles’ experience brings a natural richness to the final result.
The Jestico and Whiles practice is a creative hub in the heart of Clerkenwell, one of London’s most vibrant districts and maintains a sister office in historic Prague. This studio values creativity in all its forms and welcomes constructive critiques from all quarters in order to reach the highest standards possible. Their designs are modern but are not borne of any particular house style or preconceptions. Jestico and Whiles designers listen carefully to their client’s requirements and then respond creatively to deliver spaces that meet their needs but also excite and inspire them. Jestico and Whiles’ work is identifiable through the quality of design, attention to detail, and thoroughness of thought.
Jestico and Whiles’ interior design team is experienced in the creation of award-winning high end, sophisticated interiors across a number of different building types. The practice has a highly respected, specialist hotel and hospitality design studio that has earned a global reputation for excellence, supported by an unmatched number of international design awards including The European Hotel Design Award and Hotel Designer of the Year. They recognise that construction is a team effort and bring considerable experience of delivering complex projects in many varied sectors and locations. This practice believes that design continues through all stages of project delivery and solves problems by using creative energy and delivering award-winning, cost-effective solutions to their clients.
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Today we present the best modern hotel designs projected by GCA Architects, an architecture and design company formed by an international team of architects, designers, and technical engineers.
GCA Architects designs with a long-term vision in mind, incorporating values such as quality, sustainability, the importance of artisanal elements, and a commitment to continuous learning and innovation. GCA as a firm is distinguished by its pursuit of design excellence from a standpoint of diversity and creative freedom, as well as a reflective attitude toward design and architecture. GCA faces all challenges in search of a solution that exceeds each client’s expectations.
Josep Juanpere and Antonio Puig started GCA Architects in 1986. With a more than 30-year track record, GCA continues to project under a consolidated international dimension, with works all over the world. Their expertise has been recognized on numerous occasions for both architectural and interior design projects. GCA’s headquarters are in Barcelona, but they operate on a global scale.
GCA approach all projects from the responsible architecture perspective, where sustainability is an inherent part of every design. To guarantee the perfect development of each of their projects, they design from BIM technology creating a model that controls all aspects of the building. In terms of energy efficiency, GCA experts advise and accompany our clients throughout the entire process of international environmental certifications, always exceeding the necessary parameters to guarantee sustainable buildings that will improve the quality of life in an inclusive city built for everyone.
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Studio Marco Piva is located in the centre of Milan’s dynamic and cosmopolitan district. It is more of an academy of sciences than an architectural and design firm, an experimental workshop where projects of various proportions are handled with methodical rigour.
The founder, Marco Piva, is a traveller and designer who is dedicated to creating distinctive designs that are influenced by aesthetic freedom. He rose to become one of Italy’s most recognizable designers.
The firm now has over a hundred collaborators, all of whom are highly experienced in a variety of disciplines ranging from Urban Design to Architecture, Interior Design to Product Design. They are split between the main office in Milan, the second office in Shanghai, and a number of other locations throughout the world.
Focusing on the demands of today’s international lifestyle, the research and development of the studio design focusses on innovative spatial concepts with captivating sceneries and atmospheres.
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The hotel’s atmosphere is created by sober elegance with a focus on light colours and natural materials, in harmony with the surrounding green spaces.
The hotel’s interiors combine the art deco period’s timeless beauty and flair with contemporary design.
Because the suites are placed in the west wing of the building created by Gaetano Koch in the second half of the ‘800, the Studio Marco Piva’s design intervention is done through a modern method that blends a beautiful environment with historical monumentality.
The location, the shapes and colors of algerian constructions, and the truly amazing landscapes, which include both desert, mountains, and the sea, served as inspiration for this luxurious project.
The concept combines traditional Italian warmth with cutting-edge technology and architecture.
Large and fluid spaces are used in the interior design, which is distinguished by an innovative approach to perspective, iconic components, and stunning use of light.
This hotel design, which is trendy, cool, and dynamic, is an example of ground-breaking revolutionary luxury design, with balanced and tasteful interior design that sets the tone for a new luxury concept, highlighting eclectic contemporary design and architecture solutions.
Through lighting effects, color, materials, and finishes, the interior design idea was influenced by the nearby teatro lirico and is suggestive of theatrical and musical themes.
Thanks to an open architectural form that emphasizes the use of light, the building engages actively with its urban surroundings.
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