The key centrepieces in this hotel are enlivened by the integration of intuitive seating landscapes, formed by unique furniture pieces that emphasize organic lines and unorthodox forms.
Overlooking the Spree River Bank in the heart of Berlin-Mitte, the Radisson Blu Hotel takes cue from its cultural surroundings, infusing a contemporary interior concept with an urban appeal. From its lively lounge and bar to its guestrooms and facilities, the hotel ingeniously keys in on its vibrant environment, while pulling in the attention of guests, visitors and passers-by via a spectacular cylindrical aquarium – touted as the largest in the world, placed centrally at the main bar and lounge.
With exceptional sights within its spaces, bespoke yet trendy furniture is called for to complement its ambience of grandeur and style. Walter Knoll’s collection of seating pieces fit right in, elevating the hotel’s key spaces into a charming sense of chic comfort. In the central space where the aquarium is set atop the circular bar, the sculptural Circle sofa piece plays up the key elements in the bar area, elegantly reflecting the rounded forms around it. There’s more to Circle than just its curvilinear sensuality as its unique shapes can be configured up to six different elements. Circle is made more complete with the presence of Seating Stones armchairs which feature high backrests against a smooth and unique form.
Moving towards the bar area, the Turtle collection beautifully complements the upbeat setting. Turtle barstools with their sweeping lines align with the curvilinear form of the counter, further enhancing the glam outlook of the space.
A few steps away, Turtle bucket seats share the spotlight with Lox chairs to generate a cohesively cosy atmosphere at the guest lounge. Sculptural in shape, minimalist in materials, Lox is characterized by a clear silhouette with its flowing lines. On its exterior, the sweeping buckets support the back while the seat and backpads are designed for ultimate comfort and a personalized appearance.