Conceptually, the hotel is treated with equal amounts of power and finesse. The materials are bold and strong, with the architects using metals, stone and concrete to complement the existing structure, but the detailing is delicately managed, creating an elegance that can be observed throughout.
The main feature of the hotel is an impressive sweeping staircase that leads the visitor from the ground floor up to the common areas on the first floor. The staircase is austere but sublime, with fine concrete panelling lining the walls that meet the marble treads. At Six Stockholm boasts one of the country’s finest hotel art collections, which was curated by Sune Nordgren, Founding Director of the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design in Oslo, Norway. The 343-key hotel merges old with new to create an architectural gem that not only enhances the guest experience, but also gives a declining building a second chance at life.
Let’s take a look at a few other projects currently underway in Stockholm:
Renovation of the Sheraton Stockholm in several phases …[READ MORE]
Downtown Camper by Scandic Stockholm
The hotel will open in the former Scandic Sergel Plaza at Brunkeberg square in the heart of Stockholm …[READ MORE]
The Comfort Hotel Arlanda Airport
The new hotel at Stockholm Arlanda Airport will be a modern alternative to business hotel …[READ MORE]
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