The second life may be given not only to old houses with several hundred years of history but also to architectural objects of the 20th century. A new Stockholm hotel At Six is situated in a building that not so long ago was occupied by local bank. The interiors of the hotel are dominated by dark gray shades with rare impregnations of white and brown. There are rooms of six different categories, a gym, conference rooms, a restaurant and several bars. In general, the hotel is designed for business travelers, hence the clean lines minimalist style in design. After all, hotels At Six represents the true spirit of Scandinavia!
Paris Handsome Hotel fully justifies its name. The designers managed to skillfully combine modernity and traditional Parisian chic in interiors decoration. Laconic gray and milky shades complement the whole army of bright colors: blue, mustard, pink, red, green. Also, designers played a lot with texture, prints, and light. What a wonderful and stylish place to stay!
In the XIX century, this gorgeous building in the Norwegian city of Bergen was used as the city stock exchange. Now it is a modern and trendy hotel Bergen Børs with 124 rooms. Actually, the hotel occupies not only this particular building but three house detached houses in total – the exchange itself and two former bank premises. The main task of the architectural bureau Claesson Koivisto Rune, which was engaged in the project, was to harmoniously combine all three buildings from three different architectural periods into a single structure. It was important to make the hotel modern but without losing the heritage of the past.
If you are a hunting lover, like fishing or riding a horse, then you will love new hotel Utkino Country House which is located on the river Manych near Rostov-on-Don, Russia – there are ideal conditions for such outdoor activities. But also if you are simply beautiful design admirer, then you will enjoy the interiors of the hotel that are designed in elegant dark tones in American vintage style. Natural materials, such as wood, linen, leather, are accompanied here by exquisite designer furniture and interesting entourage. Decent work!
The Hoxton is not a typical hotel chain and opens its hotels only in the most prominent cities within trendy locations. The concept implies beautiful historical buildings, stylish interiors with retro feel and the absence of unnecessary expensive services. We already posted two of their hotels (in London and Amsterdam), and today we are happy to share photos of the new hotel in Paris. It is a beautiful 18th-century building, a progressive 2nd district of Paris and a wonderful design from the best local studios. Enjoy!
Hotel National des Arts et Métiers is located opposite to the Museum of Arts and Trades in Paris. In addition, the spaces were designed by famous designer and artist Rafael Navo – these two facts helped to create not just another hotel, but a unique and very interesting place. Navo prefers to use natural materials and various textures in the interiors, hence the abundance of different fabrics, textures and materials in hotel decor. A smooth wall in combination with rough plaster, a “ribbed” column and a flat mirror surface, flax and velvet, glass and stone and many more contrasting details – you want to touch everything here. This “tactility” is the main feature of the design and this makes the hotel so inspiring!
If you love architecture with a history and adore old things, then you will definitely like 1898 The Post hotel in Ghent, Belgium. In the 19th century there was a city post office, and now it’s a stunningly beautiful hotel with 38 rooms. Dark green walls, abundant antique and vintage decor, atmospheric lighting – all of this helps guests to plunge into the life of the previous centuries. Perhaps, the old world has never been so stylish!
One of the main goals for the project of San Cristóbal hotel in Mexico was to organically inscribe the building into the landscape and ensure the best views over the ocean from every room. That is why there are so many open spaces: various lounge zones in boho style, cozy cafes with terraces and large swimming pool area. The interiors are a mix of traditional Mexican style and modern minimalism with bright colors and prints. This tranquil and relaxed place is perfect both for a short weekend or long vacation!
Wonderful new Seascape Suites in Santorini, that opened its door to visitors this summer, was designed in the traditional Cycladic style that is minimalistic in its essence. Pleasant milky shades and gray tones are perfectly combined with each other and are in full harmony with the surrounding landscape. At the same time, the interior is not overloaded with details – they transform the space, but do not completely draw attention to themselves. The pool area is simply magical, looks like an oasis in the middle of the desert. A great place for a dream holiday!
Behind the modest facade of the Tamburlaine Hotel in Cambridge, UK, there is a variety of colors and styles. Bright floor tiles in the cafe and lobby, austere bar with leather sofas, restrained rooms and a classical library with a fireplace – guest will find a lot of beautiful places here. Each room hides interesting details, accessories with ornaments and beautiful lamps. Perhaps the most attractive place is the colonial style café’s: wicker furniture, carpets, wallpaper depicting southern nature and many plants – it is easy to imagine yourself somewhere in the tropics. The hotel opened recently but thanks to this original design and the atmosphere it is getting popular really quickly!