PUBLIC SPACES

Hotel Verí, Palma de Mallorca, 2015 Concept design In a world of mass production, information overload and constant messaging Hotel Verí seems to yearn for the unknown, unseen, in a way that's unprepared.  Inspired by contemporary artists like Anish Kapoor, Yves Klein and Lucio Fontana, the building has been re-interpreted to become an elegant boutique hotel, hosting an impressive permanent exhibition of contemporary art.  Whilst we voyage into the depths of artistry, the interior gets a new character by creating an inimitable atmosphere, a personality of its very own where the architectural balance and pure lines endow the setting.  Natural stone and chalk painted walls suggest the patina of age while still feeling clean and fresh.  The furniture is rich with upholstery in Belgian tailored linen, mostly used as slipcovers.  The mysterious slipcovers contribute to the sense of a living interior, suggesting that the furniture beneath it has been around for generations. They evoke an ancient manorial setting that is inhabited by members of the old aristocratic Verí family.

Hotel Verí, Palma de Mallorca, 2015 Concept design

In a world of mass production, information overload and constant messaging Hotel Verí seems to yearn for the unknown, unseen, in a way that's unprepared.  Inspired by contemporary artists like Anish Kapoor, Yves Klein and Lucio Fontana, the building has been re-interpreted to become an elegant boutique hotel, hosting an impressive permanent exhibition of contemporary art.  Whilst we voyage into the depths of artistry, the interior gets a new character by creating an inimitable atmosphere, a personality of its very own where the architectural balance and pure lines endow the setting.  Natural stone and chalk painted walls suggest the patina of age while still feeling clean and fresh.  The furniture is rich with upholstery in Belgian tailored linen, mostly used as slipcovers.  The mysterious slipcovers contribute to the sense of a living interior, suggesting that the furniture beneath it has been around for generations. They evoke an ancient manorial setting that is inhabited by members of the old aristocratic Verí family.

Hotel Murum, Split, Croatia, 2015 Murum is a historical monument hotel with a contemporary air which merges seamlessly with the original architectonic features of the former Palace of Diocletian. The hotel’s main interior wall dates back to the Roman era and has been restored and integrated into its spaces. The silent dialogue between the old stonework and the newly add aesthetic allows the winds of time to blow through the rooms.  Natural materials in this interior design project are paramount: Ancient stone walls, natural oak parquet, chalk painted walls and copper details. 

Hotel Murum, Split, Croatia, 2015

Murum is a historical monument hotel with a contemporary air which merges seamlessly with the original architectonic features of the former Palace of Diocletian. The hotel’s main interior wall dates back to the Roman era and has been restored and integrated into its spaces. The silent dialogue between the old stonework and the newly add aesthetic allows the winds of time to blow through the rooms.  Natural materials in this interior design project are paramount: Ancient stone walls, natural oak parquet, chalk painted walls and copper details. 

Bar Art Akademia, Moscow, 2010 The bar in the old chocolate factory of Moscow was launched by artist Yevgeny Mitta.  This explains the abundance of modern art by promising Russian artists Vinogradov, Dubosarsky and AES+A.  The restaurants pre-existing brick walls were painted white to increase the expansive feel of the space, which includes a 30-meter long bar and original European vintage pieces from Geoffrey Harcourt, Ico Parisi, Gianni Songia, and others.

Bar Art Akademia, Moscow, 2010

The bar in the old chocolate factory of Moscow was launched by artist Yevgeny Mitta.  This explains the abundance of modern art by promising Russian artists Vinogradov, Dubosarsky and AES+A.  The restaurants pre-existing brick walls were painted white to increase the expansive feel of the space, which includes a 30-meter long bar and original European vintage pieces from Geoffrey Harcourt, Ico Parisi, Gianni Songia, and others.