Ferminnan and Spagnoletta architects have designed a hotel in Berlin which focuses on overlapping volumes. It is located between Alexanderplatz and Berlin Hackescher Markt.
The Hotel have metal patterned facades that allows the building skin to breathe and act as a filter for outgoing and incoming light Also it is designed to display its convincing volume at the same time. Another reason to rely on overlapping volumes was scale. The architects played with smaller volumes to create a friendly face.
There are two hundred and sixty apartments and rooms, with a variety of typologies, adapted for different needs. The rooms are with warm atmosphere and stylish interior. Originality, luxury and freedom define them. Each space has a strong identity and create the ideal atmosphere for a relaxing stay. The spectacular view of the city is made possible by floor to ceiling windows.
Berlin’s iconic skyline is a combination of historical and modern buildings where the architects focused on vertical growth.