A space like a sketch that leaves room for interpretation and think ahead. The pieces of furniture, lovingly integrated into the room, create a place that is more reminiscent of an ideas workshop than a hotel room, seem to be distributed in an improvised way. Especially designed for this room, a marble vanity looks like an atelier work bench. Noble materials such as solid wood and high-grade leather create an exciting contrast to the soft colors of the fabrics and the archaic shape of the washbasin. The design is rounded off by a unique lighting concept: wide wall sconces by Paolo Rizzatto, the iconic Taccia lamp by Achille Castiglione, and light tubes that illuminate the headboard. This space was created by the Austrian architect Gabriel Kacerovsky with his office Archisphere. Meanwhile, his expertise can also be found with Carbone-Kacerovsky, the Viennese spin-off of the Swiss design bureau Carbone.
With Matteo Thun another architect has dealt with the material marble. To be found in rooms #1 - #9.
Have a look at the room designed by architect Gabriel Kacerovsky below.