Posts Tagged ‘hotels’

Li Man Shen Mi Ji Hotel by Yiduan Shanghai Interior Design, Lijiang – China

June 1st, 2018

The top of the reception hall is composed of numerous bamboo sticks which is an unique installation artwork. The reception desk is a 7 meter long slab which extends to the VIP tea room, subverting the traditional reception mode by the tension and aesthetics.

Hotel Alexandra Barcelona by Borrell Jover Arquitectos, Barcelona – Spain

January 26th, 2018

Gracing the heart of the city of Barcelona, between Rambla Cataluña and Paseo de Gracia, Alexandra Hotel, with its 30 years of history, knows how to capture in its continuous renovations, the local taste of the city of Barcelona thanks to its meticulous interior design and its different gastronomic proposals.

Twr y Felin Hotel by Aedas Interiors, St. David’s – UK

June 8th, 2016

The designs drew strongly on the relationship from the exterior landscape to the interior space with the use of colour palette and textures which were inspired by the outdoor setting of Wales.

Scandic Ishavs Hotel by Scenario, Tromsø – Norway

September 9th, 2014

Rehabilitation of existing hotels in Tromsø. On behalf of client Scandic Hotels / Rica Hotels AS Scenario interiørarkitekter was commissioned to redesign parts of the old hotel.

WALLSTIX visual and acoustic panels

August 10th, 2011

WALLSTIX are “not for your eyes only”, these visual attractive decoration wall panels are performers in noise control and contribute to better acoustics. WALLSTIX are designed to help control disturbing reflections of environmental sounds. They are the ideal solution for both home and public environments like offices, hotels, shops, restaurants, libraries, etc.

Horn Porcelain Tiles by Rex Ceramiche Artistiche

June 8th, 2011

Horn interprets the rich and sensual veining of the horn. Warm shades, indefinite colours, and slightly satin finished surfaces, luxurious and enveloping atmosphere. Ideal for residential premises, but also for donating charm to hotels, shops, restaurants. The multicoloured and multiformat laying enhances the modularity of the tiles, donating Horn recognisability without comparison, fortified by the veining and chromatic contrasts.