The bathrooms attached to the “Modern Serenity” suite at the Radisson Blue Hotel in Frankfurt have been given that extra edge using Villeroy&Boch products.
In Berlin’s Hotel Michelberger architect Sigurd Larsen used Simonswerk hinging technology to create a living cube in two of the rooms.
The heights of the “AquaTurm” design hotel in Radolfzell can be effortlessly scaled by Schindler elevator.
The Luxushotel "At Six" is Stockholm's newest design hotspot and combines Nordic design with fittings and showers from Axor.
The Qvest boutique hotel combined for a photoshooting neo-Gothic architecture with Richard Neutra products from VS Möbel.
The Westin Hotel in Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie is pitch-perfect with Villeroy & Boch products.
Architect and designer Jean-Philippe Nuel lends the “Les Cures Marines” hotel a touch of striking elegance with furniture by Ligne Roset.
In the luxurious bathrooms at Weissenhaus Grand Village Resort & Spa Axor’s “Axor Montreux” collection sets the tone.
The Swissôtel Amsterdam has moved in a building of HP Berlage and offers its guests elegant rooms with premium bathroom facilities from Villeroy & Boch.
Mosa has fitted out the four-star hotel Van der Valk in Antwerp with the new, enlarged “Solids” tiles.
The Hansgrohe Group has kitted out a hotel on the shores of the Melchsee with fittings and showers from their brands Axor and hansgrohe.
Villeroy & Boch has fitted out the five-star hotel "The Peninsula Paris" with high-quality sanitary ware.
Rieder’s facade of thin fiberglass-reinforced concrete provides an elegant canvas for the historic part of the Mount Stephen Hotel in Montréal.
Mosa is considered a specialist in the production of ceramics that can be applied to both horizontal and vertical surfaces. The Dutch company combines design and material efficiency in its tiles.