Karim Rashid Designs Nhow Hotel in Berlin – Located along the spree river, the old line between east and west berlin, the Nhow hotel Berlin designed by american designer Karim Rashid is a celebration of the german city’s modern zeitgeist, connecting it to the rest of the world by creating a technorganic land of data-driven art and spaces – bridging the digital age of information and the physical and spiritual needs of visitors.
‘My vision engages technology, visuals, textures, color, as well as all the needs that are intrinsic to living in a simpler less cluttered but more sensual environment. Design touches us on every level, and design can continue to define and shape our dimensional interior environments and create new progressive human behaviors and new languages. I always question whether the physical world is as experiential, as seductive, as connective, as inspiring, as personalizable, and customizable as the digital world. that is what I tried to achieve with nhow hotel berlin by making a space that coexists with the data-driven digital infostethic world.‘ – Karim Rashid
Each of the guestrooms are designed for comfort and distilling positive energy in hotel visitors. Rooms in the hotel’s east tower feature a sunrise/sunset color scheme of warm golds and bold, rejuvenating pinks. The west tower technolux rooms have cooler color schemes consisting of greys, blues and pinks. high aloft the hotel, the upper towers have prime views of the spree river.
In each guest room displays bold digipop artwork which serve as the bed headboard. The custom patterned flooring is made of printed recyclable wood laminate. Within, Karim has designed a two way mirror to hide the flat screen television when not in use, and seems to morph into a chrome desk that is cantilevered from the wall.
In premium rooms, a curved wall divider separates the bedroom from the living area. Inset is a television that rotates within the wall for viewing in bed or while lounging
on the leather couch in the separate living room, or working from the desk.
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