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Vienna House R.evo
Vienna House R.evo
Vienna House R.evo
Vienna House R.evo
Vienna House R.evo
Vienna House R.evo

A hotel stay just like you want it – whether alone, with others, for one night or for several months. BWM Architekten have developed an interior concept for the new Vienna House R.evo hotel chain. Their main focus is on free flow, which is implemented not only in the design but also in terms of how it is used. The 2-storey lobby combines living, leisure and work in one open space with a reception, lounge, bar, restaurant and shop as well as a co-working area. The design has a vintage flair, featuring so-called objets trouvé such as bureaus found at flea markets and the Vitra working chair from the 1950s. The 600-plus rooms are divided into four main themes, each of which has a different weighting in terms of colour scheme, choice of furniture and materials, as well as lighting – while always following the free-flow idea.

Task
Interior design for new Vienna House hotel concept R.evo in Munich, general areas and over 600 rooms

Date
02/2022

Client
SWI Schimpel & Winter Projektbau GmbH

BWM Team
Erich Bernard, Marlene Gesierich, Marlies Klauser, Nadine Elisabeth Albenberger, Ismail Berkel, Michele Sabini

Image credit
Renderings: BWM Architekten
Musterzimmer: BWM Architekten / Maximilian Geuter

Participants

Architekt Interior Design
BWM Architekten

Work planning
Weickenmeier Kunz & Partner

Light planning
BWM Architekten in Kooperation mit Pokorny Lichtarchitektur

Press

5 March 2020

hotelbau.de

Erstes R.evo eröffnet 2021 in Polen

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