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Berlin, the cultural center of Germany, is anything but ordinary. It’s quite expected that the commercial spaces, cafes and hotels, take a large proportion of the eccentricity, modernity, advanced ideas and design trends. A typical example of this is the hotel in the western part of Berlin “25 Hours Hotel”, which is an unusual mix of wild natural world and the urban city life.
The hotel, in addition to the unusual interior that at times resembles a walk through the rainforest, is interesting because it is located in a historical building – an example of the post-war modernism, which today is a striking urban point for tourists and locals.
The playful concept of “urban jungle” dominates the interior of the “25 Hours Hotel”. The space is filled with warm colors, natural materials and lush greenery. Designed with a creative free spirit, “25 Hours Hotel” celebrates the city of Berlin with themes of urban jungle mirrored by animal motifs and a palette of natural tones, a concept conceived and carried out by the designers of “Studio Aisslinger”
The division of nature and urban topics starts from the reception and is pervasive in the comfortable places for relaxation, cafe, kiosk and conference facilities. But one of the most beautiful features of the hotel is the open roof bar and restaurant where guests enjoy a panoramic view of the capital of Germany.
Colorful, nostalgic and exciting, hotel “25 Hours” is a place that plays with fantasy and reality, space and time.
(Photo Credits: www.25hours-hotels.com)