Lobby: from playful to comfort
The first room at the entrance is casual, multi-service where we do not take ourselves too seriously. Color is the keyword for this room.A large colorful, enveloping, and modern geometric shape embodies the imposing feature of this room: a confessional.
This imposing feature is meant to have fun wherein we can improvise the signature of a contract away from prying eyes, a rendezvous between lovers, or a discreet discussion.
The environment contains shades of blue and strong designs around both modern and ambitious furniture. Circular rug, alternation between tables with curved and comfortable shapes. Here we select our seat according to our mood because everything is conceived for work, exchanging, and simply drinking coffee.
The second space, the patio, is a travel invitation, an ode to nature and disconnecting. The colonial atmosphere is on display here where chairs and immaculate white armchairs meet light-colored wood flooring with octagonal tiles whose red cabochons provide warmer tones. They also correspond to the ocher walls that soften the natural lighting.
Mirrors rounded to the wall correspond to a signature Hermes linear bench with acid color design.
The belly of the hotel will also act as a meeting area thanks to an original idea: the discussion launcher. Similar to a casino roulette, this game will allow those clients who are most game to get to know each other better through the questions displayed on it.
The arbor will be an intimate aside covered with plants. Its driftwood mounts will make it an ideal space for breakfast in the garden or create privacy for a group.
The living room, the third area, offers a new more subdued atmosphere for this room with warm and masculine colors like you would find in a cigar lounge.
A dark wood bookshelf, fireplace, and low marble table, camel leather bench, indirect lighting. The lamps were designed exclusively for the hotel.
The velvet orange chairs, padded sofas plunge us into the atmosphere of an evening boudoir.
Codes and shapes inspired by Italian apartments from the 1960s. Here, we reinvent the world, we read the newspaper, we ask, we think, we hide...