2014 January 27

An interior of the hotel which I saw in Poland pretends to the list, which is not so long, of my favorite hotel interiors which I have ever seen!

Architects EC-5 should really be proud of the project accomplished in 2013. When I saw these photographs, I suddenly started feeling a positive energy and was taken by a wish to live in such a hotel for a while. Maybe the reason is very simple – aren’t brighter and more vivid colors preferable when the weather is so gloomy? And it’s impossible not to notice insertions of the red bricks which perfectly fit here!!!

The bricks have appeared here not without the reason. It was because Tabaco hotel is the part of historical factory’s buildings. There was the wool textile factory in 1895. In 1932 a national cigarette factory was opened in those premises. Now the whole complex is modernized and applied and used to satisfy the needs of hotel visitors.

A hotel is thought to give a spirit of 50-60s. A steel grey, bright blue, purple and grey are used in the common spaces as well as in the bedrooms. The color yellow works as a keynote, which is used in proprietary styles as well as in decoration. A lot of pieces of furniture are made of a walnut plywood – either glossy or lusterless.

As we see, the architects wished to point out a manufacture complex background. Everywhere, where it is possible, brick masonry is opened and concrete is used (for example, in a hotel’s reception). In addition, the pipes and various communications in a ceiling are left uncovered in the central hall.

The project, which is worth attention – especially for you. As long as Poland is not so far away and the hotel is in the city, called Lodze, maybe one of the readers will have honor to visit that beautiful place and share his or her ideas with us.

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Evelina

My name is Evelina Aleliūnienė. I'm founder of this blog and interior designer. Writing this blog helps me while doing this kind of job and is a great bundle of beautiful ideas for you!

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