Located in a Berlin landmark building designed in 1930 by the German architect, Johann Emil Schaudt, the diplomatic legacy from the Das Stue Hotel is evident in its modernist architecture inspired by the Danish classicism.
We are in a unique building in the diplomatic centre of Berlin to stay at a boutique hotel that has been recently refurbished by the Spanish architect, Patricia Urquiola, who has been in charge of the artistic design and the public spaces of the building and LVG architecture, a company whose task was to define the interior design and the hotel rooms.
The result of their work is a special and discreet hotel governed by calmness and quietness, with open spaces designed under the parameters of contemporaneity.
The bathroom equipment from the firm, Noken Design,is the main attraction in the spacious Embassy rooms, providing essential items to the rooms, that at the same time, give each atmosphere a sense of calm and comfort.
Specifically, the bathroom taps from the Lounge series, designed by renowned Italian architect Simone Micheli, looks in each of the comfortable Embassy rooms.Lounge is a geometric and rational design tap, but with lines based on the flow of nature, a combination that makes it a dynamic synthesis between design and practicality, according to the origin of the building.
The bathrooms stand out because of the sinuous shapes of the deck mounted taps and the Lounge basin taps installed in each room, which thanks to its unique design and precision;make the bathroom experience both evocative and refined.
Rational comfort, and at the same time inspiring in an area of great buildings and an air of brand-new in the most diplomatic Berlin.