Raddison Blu Riverside Interior
You would think that a respectable hotel for businessmen would be entirely official and very straight-forward. However, that is not true for Raddison hotel in Sweden, as Doos Architects have created a really incredible interior design for it. The interior of this hotel is nothing like a classy business décor, because it is more personal, vibrant and alive. The hotel’s decor is influenced by its historical location, the Lindholmen neighboorhood, which used to be a center for shipbuilding industry, and today it is a center for science and innovation.
Eclectic Interior in Swedish Raddison hotel
Incredible Interior In Swedish Raddison Hotel
The hotel’s unique interior is far from being the usual conservative decor as seen in most of the high class hotels. First of all, it is very eclectic in interior, with occasional splashes of color that sometimes seem too daring. Doos Architects has managed to create an incredible interior with simple materials, such as wood, iron and copper. There are also a lot of contrasts created by the finishes, such as matte versus glossy surfaces, dark versus light and warm versus cold hues.
The ground floor layout is open with merging spaces for socializing, eating and working offering transparency to obtain great views of the surrounding area and the water. The design concept has a vibe of self-expression and all rooms have a large illustration designed by Doos in six different versions. The illustration is inspired by the geography and the history of Lindholmen with unexpected elements and humorous tweaks.
The hotel has 265 rooms, 10 suites, conference area, restaurant ”The Cuckoo’s Nest” and Body Lab Wellness and Fitness center on the top floor, that has a splendid view over the harbor. The interior of the hotel social areas is very industrial, echoing the shipbuiding past of the Lindholmen area. There are a lot daring contrasts and bold colors, but that what makes this hotel so unique! However, with all its contemporary splendor, do you think that conservatives businessmen would like the new interior?