Interior Design: Hotel in Bresso, Milan

When we meet someone new, we are always apprehensive and rarely 100% of the way we really are. Imagine those who work and travel a lot, how they should feel when arriving in new destinations, new hotels.
Thinking about it and knowing that the company for which the project was done wanted to keep
a relationship of friendship with its clients, we developed the concept “inside-out”.
At first glance, the hotel looks a bit distant and even cold. This is also the case in human relations: at first we are distant. But when you make your way into the hotel, you will notice that, more and more, the place looks
more friendly and more inviting until, at the entrance to the rooms (the most private part of a hotel) it becomes completely “open”, showing its essence.
This gradual contrast occurs through the use of two materials, fundamentally: the concrete, known as a cold material and of more structural use; and wood, which
we have as a very warm and cozy material.
Thus, it is as if the hotel is gradually presenting itself and winning your confidence and affection. Just like human-like relationships.

Role
Student
For
Ora Hotels & IED Milano
Date
2013
Type
interior design, architecture, hospitality
Location
Bresso, Milan
Status
conceptual
Mentor
Professor Dunja Weber
Collaborator
Elena Demireva

reception

restaurant

courtyard

pre-rooms