This luxury hotel was designed by international architectural firm GRAFT, this hotel located in Berlin, Germany. The interior use red and white color combination. Cafe room, bar and bedroom are luxury. Check below,,
Description from GRAFT:
Hotels become home through time spent within. For a short while they provide visitors a world where new identities can be inhabited; they permit a new telling of each individual story and enable a taste of the future. Hotels have the ability to seduce, to experiment with old habits and inspire new rituals.
Around the corner from the buzzing Kurfürstendamm strip, GRAFT designed a hotel landscape that challenges the classical spatial canon through the folding of topographical structures. With a tectonic logic, a folded horizontal landscape distorts and creates hybrid zones with double functional occupancies. An oblique object is simultaneously a separating wall and usable furniture. The lifted floor is surface for circulation or the beginning of a space that has emerged from underneath the skin of the building.
The flow of this inside landscape creates generous spatial connections rather than a typical dissection into multiple singular spaces. The topographical treatment of the design problem maximizes versatility of program and creates a continuous flow of form and space. The visitor will discover a narrative that departs from conventional perceptual experience and allows for ambiguous readings of the space.
The inhabitant becomes a participant in this landscape, changing his interaction with architecture and furniture by ‘walking up the walls’ in order to take a seat and perch above the distinguished crowd. Beds seamlessly blend into bathtubs offering themselves like hot springs bubbling up from the ground, so that a visitor may slow down and dream with his eyes wide open.
For the motives on the ceiling within in rooms we collaborated with photographer Christian Thomas.