Istanbul-born and Vienna-based, Atil Kutoglu is confident when it comes to combining the Viennese way of life with Ottoman hospitality. The high-society fashion designer establishes a symbiosis of two worlds in his first interior work. Viennese cosiness meets Ottoman pomp and yet creates a spatial concept which could not be more harmonious. The pieces of furniture are all custom-made, covered with patterns that evoke associations with Mallorcan ikat and Ottoman caftans. Reinterpreted and reduced, they get a modern, European touch. Accents in bolus red and bright turquoise - like the headboard made of hand-painted Iznik tiles - further testify to the influence that Kutoglu's home has on him. The view from the window, through the silhouette of the Blue Mosque, opens up the beauty of the baroque tower of the Ulrichskirche and finally connects Orient with Occident.
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Do you want to stay in a room like #23? It is a double room Large.