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Hotel rooms by Sigurd Larsen for Michelberger Hotel. Room 304 // Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture

Berlin, Germany

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Room 304 – The Gardenhouse
With this room you get a whole house.
Pure and calm from the outside the many doors and windows reveal a warm wooden interior.
Here you find bedroom, sauna and kitchen open to the outside garden.
One door opens to a staircase leading to a guestroom and large hammock overlooking the interior garden.

© Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture

© Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture

© Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture

© Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture

Elements of a playhouse speak to the guest’s childish side.
But the house is kept pure and sharp to take this imaginative game of play into an adult mind.
A part of the garden contains a rain shower and swimming pool bathtub for relaxing moments accompanied by a terrace with a dining table and sitting area.

© Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture

© Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture

© Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture

© Sigurd Larsen Design & Architecture

The new rooms are designed in close collaboration between the Michelberger Team and the Danish architect Sigurd Larsen.
The room is available for short or long-term stays under the hotel category “Hideout”.
More info on www.sigurdlarsen.com
Location:
Michelberger Hotel
Warschauerstraße 39
10243 Berlin
www.michelbergerhotel.com
Photo credits: Rita Lino and James Pfaff.

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