Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark
The grand 77-room Nobis Hotel Copenhagen is housed in an historic 5,400-square-meter landmark building that originally served as the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music.
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Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark
Star architect Gert Wingårdh sought to pay homage to the storied building’s roots while adding his own signature touches. The building’s imposing sense of space and elaborate, elegant detailing gives the interiors a natural grandeur.
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Hotel Liberty
Offenburg, Germany
Housed in the old Offenburg jail on the German-French border, Hotel Liberty keeps the building’s history at the forefront, incorporating the thick original walls and steel doors into the contemporary design concept.
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Hotel Liberty
Offenburg, Germany
Originally designed in 1840 by Hübsch, one of Baden’s most renowned architects at the time, this former prison is built from the same red sandstone that was used for the cathedrals of Freiburg and Strasbourg.
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Factory Hotel
Muenster, Germany
The old Germania Brewery in Münster has found a second life as the Factory Hotel, a surprising and successful combination of old and new that fuses urban buzz with quiet serenity.
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Factory Hotel
Muenster, Germany
The landmark brewery building at the complex's center, brought to life by David Deilmann, looks out over a relaxing lake and is surrounded by a lively combination of shops and restaurants.
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Hotel Vernet
Paris, France
Located within Paris’ golden triangle, the once traditional Hotel Vernet has been transformed by Paris-based architect François Champsaur into a sleek 50-room boutique hotel.
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Hotel Vernet
Paris, France
Among the hotel’s public spaces is an avant-garde restaurant that is housed under an ornate glass dome, designed by legendary civil engineer Gustave Eiffel.
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Vertigo Hotel
Dijon, France
Built in the popular Parisian style of the late 1800s, the Haussmann-esque building that houses Vertigo Hotel is located on one of Dijon’s most beautiful squares.
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Vertigo Hotel
Dijon, France
Set against a clear black-and-white color scheme, Vertigo Hotel is a showcase of contemporary French design with “Nuage” lighting by Hervé Langlais, “Circles” coffee tables by Maria Jeglinska, and selected Ligne Roset pieces.
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The Old Clare Hotel
Sydney, Australia
The Old Clare Hotel was born of the sensitive renovation of the iconic Clare Hotel, which was originally a pub and the Carlton United Breweries buildings.
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The Old Clare Hotel
Sydney, Australia
Exposed brick, bare concrete, and old timber paneling interact to blend the past with the present, while exceptionally tall windows ensure that the already well-spaced rooms feel even more inviting, intimate, and warm.
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Embracing the art of reinvention
Presenting seven Design Hotels members
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