Inside The Mid-Century Radisson Collection Hotel ⇒ The Radisson Collection Hotel, located in Stockholm, was recently renovated by the Swedish architectural studio Wingårdhs. The studio gave the interiors a new modern look through a mid-century renovation that appeals to all design lovers.
Wingårdhs task was to refresh the hotel’s 170 guest rooms, lobby, meeting rooms, new restaurant and bars. The main focus of the renovation was to create a warm, inviting atmosphere that highlighted both new features and the original details of the storied hotel, which originally opened in 1912 to coincide with the year’s Olympic Games.
In the guest rooms, the bright white linens on the beds stand out against the warm wood and dark tones, creating the perfect visual for you to rest. The only other bright accent in the rooms are the windows which have been painted white to draw you towards the Nybroviken bay.
They created a custom colour called Strand Grey specifically for the hospitality project, complementing the other neutral and natural materials used like stone, wood, leather and metal, which can be found throughout the interiors. The grey-toned colour also provides a neutral backdrop that allows all the contemporary furnishings and fixtures to have their moment.
Design lovers will be able to spot design classics like the 2097 chandeliers from FLOS and the Swan chairs from Fritz Hansen. Young artists and designers were commissioned by local firm Young Art to create photography, paintings and other artworks to be used throughout the lobby, event spaces, guest rooms and restaurant.
The hotel is perfect for travellers on business, with its four meeting rooms, including the Harbor Suite overlooking the waters, and can also be used for dinners, meetings and events.
Source: Design Milk
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