When in Copenhagen, you have at least to drive, bike or walk past Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, København, a piece of Gesamt Architecture designed between 1956 and 1960 by one of Danish starchitects, Arne Jacobsen. Arne also designed a lot of the Interior. Think Egg chair and Swan Chair. Unfortunately there is only one hotel room (Room 606) left in the original style. However you can opt to sleep in it if you want and if you can afford it. It is expensive!
Built as the SAS Royal Hotel, the hotel was renamed the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel in 1994, when SAS bought a share in the foreign division of Radisson hotels. When SAS sold their share in 2009, it was renamed as Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, København
Hotel Doorknob no 1 by Louise Hederström
No.1 knob specially designed for Moment Hotel soon to be opend in Malmö. Hand casted in bronze here in my favorit city and inspired by the best falafel you can get.
Always nice when you have your own doorknobs as a hotelier.
via Louise Hederström.
If you are not into coffee, you might like Drip Tease and Lip Tease teacups with saucers in gold by Reiko Kaneko in your hotel room…..
Actually Drip tease and Lip Grease would have been a better title…
via With a Dash of Gold.
You might like this sink, provided they had hidden the coffee in the tap…
Via moggit: If Coffee Comes Out Of The Tap–.
The first completed Sleepbbox 01 by Russian Architects ArchGroup, consisting of Michael Krymov, Alina Vasilieva and Alexei Goryainov, has been installed at Sheremetyevo International Airport, Moscow, Russia.
A compact mobile container with a 2.5×1.6m base and 2.5-3m height. They are available in 1, 2 and 3 sleeper models and can be rented by the hour.
It’s mainly for indoor use. If you look at it, the small wooden interior gives you the impression of staying on board of a small but snug yacht.