In the course of his long-standing collaboration with the Altstadt Vienna, the Austrian architect and friend of the house Roland Nemetz has already designed several rooms at the Hotel Altstadt Vienna. The red salon, for example.
Together with his office planB Architektur the architect has created a triumvirate of arts in his latest project, which lets the hearts of culture enthusiasts beat faster. As the name suggests, the Theater Suite is dedicated entirely to the theater and is not only named after its location - the rehearsal rooms of the neighboring Off-Theater are located in the inner courtyard - but the thematic thread also runs through the rooms.
The entrance portal designed by Martina Mara Braun leads into the suite. A bar built into the wall faces a comfortable 1950s seating area designed by architect Roland Rainer and originates from the iconic Café Ritter. A post-war desk - by Soziales-Wohnen-Möbel - recalls a dressing table from a theater of the golden 1920s; heavy red theater curtains and Tom Dixon's Paipe lamps transport the room's visitor definitively into the glamorous world of drama.