Hotel Interior Design | Hotel Ambassador | Berne | Pia Schmid

The project for the remodelling of the Hotel Ambassador in Berne was chosen as a study commission by Fassbind Hotels in December 2002. In 2004/2005 the project was planned and implemented. All rooms had to have a more modern, open and lighter effect. In the hotel rooms, in connection with the facade renovation, the balustrades were removed and the new window fronts were moved out by 60cm. The room height window openings, with precise dark borders inside and out, have the effect of large postcard frames, and depending on the direction of the sky, open the view to the city of Berne or onto the Gurten hill. Der nine storey building was insulated throughout and coated with a stretched metal skin in aluminium. Through its finely penetrated surface a unique facade picture emerges. The public rooms, renovated in 1990 by Prof. Justus Dahinden, were basically left in their authentic state and adapted to fit in with the whole new hotel concept. The hotel has three different types of rooms, which are all the same over 7 floors. There are rooms with closed off bathrooms in precisely set glass cylinders, rooms with half open bath areas and SPA rooms with walled, open SPA tubs. The bathrooms have been designed so that there is even a spa in your room. The back walls of the bed are in Zebrano-Furnier, and the night table and the desk have aubergine coloured inlay on the inside, creating an ever-changing room sculpture. To compliment the terrific view, the colour concept was kept in discrete blue, grey, gold and crème tones. The SPA area in the first underground floor was increased through a larger space and more use of daylight, and has a comprehensive Wellness range on offer. Diverse blue tones in various textures shape the colour and material concept of the SPA. The lighting concept is a play of direct and indirect light.....more
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