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Nobis Hotel Stockholm
06 March 2011
"The Nobis Hotel is a state-of-the-art luxury hotel. Designing the interior for our first hotel project, we attempted to exploit the experience we have acquired as frequent travelers. For us it was particularly important for guests not to be swamped by over-fussy details as soon as they arrive, which is a flaw we have noticed in several of these new boutique hotels. Sometimes when we overnight in hotels, no matter how extravagant they might be, we ask ourselves whether the architects responsible for the interior have actually ever spent a night in one of the hotels they designed."
Eero Koivisto from the Stockholm architecture and design studio Claesson Koivisto Run.

The Nobis Hotel has over 200 rooms, more than half of which are fitted out individually. Many of the pieces of furniture, lights and fabrics are special editions, among them a lot of designs by Claesson Koivisto Rune.

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Arrive to remain - that was the credo of the designers of Claessson Kivisto Rune by designing the interior of Nobis Hotel in Stockholm | sketches © claessonkoivistorune, Setting © Sebastian Reuthal, Stylepark
Mindmap of the cultural background and history of the hotel
Sketch of the furniture for the rooms and public areas
Illustration of a hotel room
Sketch of the lounge area
Illustration of the entrance
Illustration of the ground floor
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Systems
Swedese: Olive @ Stylepark
Swedese
Olive
Mârten Claesson
Eero Koivisto
Ola Rune
arflex: Felix Sofa @ Stylepark
arflex
Felix Sofa
Burkhard Vogtherr
e15: CM05 HABIBI metallic @ Stylepark
e15
CM05 HABIBI metallic
Philipp Mainzer
Prandina: Notte S7 @ Stylepark
Prandina
Notte S7
Mengotti Mario
Kasthall: Pinstripe grey-white @ Stylepark
Kasthall
Pinstripe grey-white
Mârten Claesson
Ola Rune
Eero Koivisto
wästberg: Studioilse w084t2 @ Stylepark
wästberg
Studioilse w084t2
Ilse Crawford
Tacchini: Spin @ Stylepark
Tacchini
Spin
Mârten Claesson
Eero Koivisto
Ola Rune
arflex: Vortex @ Stylepark
arflex
Vortex
Mârten Claesson
Eero Koivisto
Ola Rune
Plank: Monza with armrests @ Stylepark
Plank
Monza with armrests
Konstantin Grcic
arflex: Hillside @ Stylepark
arflex
Hillside
Mârten Claesson
Eero Koivisto
Ola Rune
Vitra: Basel Chair @ Stylepark
Vitra
Basel Chair
Jasper Morrison
Belux: Mamacloud @ Stylepark
Belux
Mamacloud
Frank Gehry
OFFECCT: Pal chairs @ Stylepark
OFFECCT
Pal chairs
Ola Rune
Eero Koivisto
Mârten Claesson
e15: CM05 HABIBI metallic high @ Stylepark
e15
CM05 HABIBI metallic high
Philipp Mainzer
Moooi: Random light LED @ Stylepark
Moooi
Random light LED
Bertjan Pot
Zero: Camouflage @ Stylepark
Zero
Camouflage
Front
Louis Poulsen: AJ Floor @ Stylepark
Louis Poulsen
AJ Floor
Arne Jacobsen
Foscarini: Caboche standing lamp @ Stylepark
Foscarini
Caboche standing lamp
Patricia Urquiola
Eliana Gerotto
Tacchini: Doodle chair @ Stylepark
Tacchini
Doodle chair
Eero Koivisto
Mârten Claesson
Ola Rune
Foscarini: Caboche table lamp @ Stylepark
Foscarini
Caboche table lamp
Patricia Urquiola
Eliana Gerotto
Paola Lenti: Aladdin Easy chair @ Stylepark
Paola Lenti
Aladdin Easy chair
Mârten Claesson
Eero Koivisto
Ola Rune
Thonet: 209 @ Stylepark
Thonet
209
Thonet
Architecture › 2011 › March
Nobis Hotel Stockholm
06 March 2011
The architects and designers at Claesson Koivisto Rune in Stockholm designed the interior of the Nobis Hotel in Stockholm.
"The Nobis Hotel is a state-of-the-art luxury hotel. Designing the interior for our first hotel project, we attempted to exploit the experience we have acquired as frequent travelers. For us it was particularly important for guests not to be swamped by over-fussy details as soon as they arrive, which is a flaw we have noticed in several of these new boutique hotels. Sometimes when we overnight in hotels, no matter how extravagant they might be, we ask ourselves whether the architects responsible for the interior have actually ever spent a night in one of the hotels they designed."
Eero Koivisto from the Stockholm architecture and design studio Claesson Koivisto Run.

The Nobis Hotel has over 200 rooms, more than half of which are fitted out individually. Many of the pieces of furniture, lights and fabrics are special editions, among them a lot of designs by Claesson Koivisto Rune.

www.ckr.se