This great hotel which called Hotel Q! Is designed by the international architectural firm GRAFT. This hotel is located in Berlin, Germany. Through the time which is spent within, this great hotel is become a home. For a short time, the hotel is provides the visitors for a world where the new identities can be inhabited. This hotel is permitting a new telling of each individual story and it is enable a taste of the future. The hotels have an ability to seduce, to experiment with the old habit and inspire the new rituals.
The GRAFT architect is designed the hotel landscape which is challenges the classical spatial canon through the folding of the topographical structures. It is located around the corner from the buzzling Kurfürstendamm strip. With a tectonic logic of the hotel, a folded horizontal landscape is distorts and it is creates the hybrid zones with the double functional occupancies. The wall and the usable furniture are simultaneously separated by an oblique object. Which has emerged from the underneath skin of the building, the lifted floor is surface for the circulation or the beginning of a space. The generous spatial connections which is rather than a typical dissection into the multiple singular spaces is created by the flow of this inside landscape. The versatility of the program is maximized by the topographical treatment of the architect’s design problem. It is also creates a continuous flow of form and space. As a result, the visitors will discover a narrative which is departs from the conventional perceptual experience and it is allows for the readings of the space.
The inhabitant is becomes the participant in this landscape and by ‘walking up the wall’ in order to take a seat and perch above the distinguished crowd, the interaction with the architecture and the furniture is changed. The beds are seamlessly blended into the bathtubs. It is offering them like a hot springs which is bubbling up from the ground, so that visitors may slow down and the dream is widely open
For the motives on the ceiling within in rooms we collaborated with photographer Christian Thomas.
Visit the GRAFT website – here.