A room for noble spirits of beauty. Once a chamber with a single bed, a quiet refuge was created here in the course of a spatial consolidation. Fine walnut furniture by Philipp Selva paired with gray calfskin create a grounded yet elegantly cosmopolitan mix for which the South Tyrolean design house has been known since the 1960s. Selva has accompanied Altstadt Vienna since its beginnings in 1991, and some of their quality furniture used then can still be found - cleverly staged - scattered throughout the house. In the room, decorated in beige and brown earth tones, a shimmering green painting by a Georgian artist is subtly set off. In the bathroom, timeless New York Metro Tiles and floral floor patterns by Apavisa enter into a black-and-white dialogue.
For the Spanish manufacturer's copper tile variation, why not stay in Otto Suite #88?
See photos of room #26 below.
Do you also want to stay in a room like #26? It is a Double room Large.