Ibis Styles Grudziadz, PolandBack to Case Studies
Located in Grudziądz, the Ibis Styles hotel encapsulates the city’s centuries-old heritage in contemporary design. Tremend architectural design studio was appointed to deliver a modern design which reflected the medieval history of Grudziadz, located on banks of the Vistula river in the northern part of Pomerania Region of Poland, approximately 58 miles south of Gdańsk.
The influence of medieval architecture can be found in both bedrooms and restaurant area in the form of recesses reminiscent of historic, urban granaries with sloping roofs and decorative details. Long wooden tables and modern chandeliers are there to bring the atmosphere of the castle’s banquet room which were used back then.
Common areas are characterised by their brightness and functionality. Timeless combinations of black and white are used on furniture and lamp shades. Natural wood, soft hues of grey fabrics work well with just right amount of stronger accents of copper and turquoise. Large scale drawings of knights are confidently designed in walls and carpets.
Newmor supplied Brushed Steel, our ever-popular brushed metal effect which was used in the guest rooms and corridors, beautify complementing the interior.
Magdalena Federowich-Boule Director at Tremend said ‘We love when our projects are firmly embedded in local realities. References to the history and traditions of a given place makes our hotels gain a unique atmosphere’.
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