Room with a view is the concept that Caberlon Caroppi ITA studio chose for the interior design of Martini 17. In the best of Milanese traditions, the hotel not only offers itself in its most classic sense as a hospitality venue, but also opens the doors of its common areas to the public with a cocktail bar featuring a warm and welcoming atmosphere and an unexpected winter garden that lends itself to small events
Martini 17. A hotel that welcomes greenery and turns it into a scenery - DesignOnWeb
Martini 17, a boutique hotel with 21 rooms, all with a view, an elegant and minimalist design for this hotel with large windows that open onto well-tended gardens that welcome the greenery and turn it into a backdrop
The use of warm wood contrasting with brass and soft fabrics create visual geometries and are also impactful at a tactile level. The theme of nature is cleverly alternated with a very rational design with soft colors that accentuate the green and the wood of the parquet that seem to be contaminated by the surrounding environment
The twenty-one rooms maintain the same proportion between the minimalist design and nature, which finds expression in the wallpaper of the bed head. The wallpaper used is part of a capsule collection created by the Caberlon Caroppi studio for the Eterea project by Zambaiti Contract. The visual sensation of the design is emphasized by 3D printing that gives texture and volume to the surface with an elegant and refined aesthetic result
The concept stems from the idea of travelling and the hotel room as a landing place and a place of absolute relaxation, creating an atmosphere that takes into account all the required comforts, but that has an aura of almost domestic warmth which is intimate and reassuring thanks to the use of natural materials as well as warm and engaging colors"
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