Hotel Q! by GRAFT The international architectural firm GRAFT designed the Hotel Q! in Berlin, Germany. . TrendingThe Green Roof On This Home Helps It Blend Into The Surrounding Landscape Project description from GRAFT: Hotels become home through time spent within. For a short while they provide visitors a world where new identities can be inhabited; they permit a new telling of each individual story and enable a taste of the future. Hotels have the ability to seduce, to experiment with old habits and inspire new rituals. Around the corner from the buzzing Kurfürstendamm strip, GRAFT designed a hotel landscape that challenges the classical spatial canon through the folding of topographical structures. With a tectonic logic, a folded horizontal landscape distorts and creates hybrid zones with double functional occupancies. An oblique object is simultaneously a separating wall and usable furniture. The lifted floor is surface for circulation or the beginning of a space that has emerged from underneath the skin of the building. The flow of this inside landscape creates generous spatial connections rather than a typical dissection into multiple singular spaces. The topographical treatment of the design problem maximizes versatility of program and creates a continuous flow of form and space. The visitor will discover a narrative that departs from conventional perceptual experience and allows for ambiguous readings of the space. The inhabitant becomes a participant in this landscape, changing his interaction with architecture and furniture by ‘walking up the walls’ in order to take a seat and perch above the distinguished crowd. Beds seamlessly blend into bathtubs offering themselves like hot springs bubbling up from the ground, so that a visitor may slow down and dream with his eyes wide open. For the motives on the ceiling within in rooms we collaborated with photographer Christian Thomas. Visit the GRAFT website – here. . . A Curved Wood Slat Accent Wall Spans The Living Room And Dining Area Of This Homeby adminJuly 18, 2021A Partition In The Living Room Creates Space For A Home Office In This Apartmentby adminJuly 18, 2021 Tags: GRAFTHotelTravel admin Contemporary Modern Architecture Furniture Lighting Interior Design Home & Apartment Indoor & Outdoor Design Decor Ideas You may also like... The Custom Designed Tables In This Cafe Are Like A Ribbon That Wraps Around Onto The Wall A Cross Pattern Covers This Facade Made From Precast Concrete The ‘Floating Towers’ Hanging Woven Sculptures Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.