The lobby of the hotel draws inspiration from the historic town, with wood and black metal accents.
Nature was the inspiration in the bar and lounge area, and it has been represented through a 100-sq-m sculpted rose on the ceiling.
In the hotel rooms, walls have been rounded, and the ceiling designs have been highlighted with the use of hidden lighting.
Flowing design elements, like the desk in this room, create a soft and curvaceous line that guides the eye towards the window.
Hidden behind a curved wall is the bathroom, that has a floor-to-ceiling tile mosaic.
In another of the rooms, the curved wood bathroom vanity and wall doubles as a curved accent wall for the bed.
In this hotel room, the ceiling has a delicate square pattern, while the bathroom is tucked away behind a curved column.
Design: roomcode.Gmbh | Interior architect: Gerhard Wittl
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