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Rooms, at Sia Hospitality Design 2018 in Rimini 12 designers interpret the hotel room of the future

Lake Studio THE BED-ROOM
Lake Studio THE BED-ROOM
Rooms, at Sia Hospitality Design 2018 in Rimini 12 designers interpret the hotel room of the future it has been modified: 2018-10-12 di Benedict Flowers

In the 1300 square meters of the ROOMS 12 exhibition, internationally renowned designers exhibit as many concepts of a hotel room of the future in real dimensions.

The exhibition is conceived and curated by Italian Exhibition Group in collaboration with Teamwork and sees together with the designers involved the design companies made in Italy that bring the best of Italian know-how in terms of furniture and supplies all over the world.

Lake Studio THE BED-ROOM

Via the superfluous, concentrating the functionality to meet the needs of the contemporary traveler. The result is THE BED-ROOM: a bedroom where in the center there is a man and his desire to sleep well. Heart of the project, elaborated by Lake Studio, is the oversized suspended bed, large 2.40 x 2.00 m. All the other features are enclosed in a unique architectural volume with a glass surface that collects a wardrobe, a shower and a bathroom.

Lake Studio THE BED-ROOM

Lago Studio THE BED-ROOM, the oversized suspended bed, large 2.40 x 2.00 m

Lake Studio THE BED-ROOM

Lake Studio THE BED-ROOM

Lake Studio THE BED-ROOM

Lake Studio THE BED-ROOM

Lake Studio THE BED-ROOM

Lake Studio THE BED-ROOM

DAAA HAUS Caleidorooms

Caleidorooms is the new system of modular rooms with reuse materials, proposed at SIA by DAAA HAUS. A design solution that is easy to manufacture and install with minimal waste. Watch out for detailed and quality accessories, as well as the latest technology, from smart TV to automatic check-in.

DAAA HAUS, Caleidorooms

DAAA HAUS, Caleidorooms

Massimo Magaldi 4 sizes fits all

Even hotel rooms have their own size. S, M, L, XL are the sizes of Smart Design Hotel, studied in a sartorial way, thanks to the scalable nature of the projects. The different sizes are proposed as a turnkey recovery project, designed to increase the hotel's profitability. This is the core of the project "4 sizes fits all", Set up at SIA by the architect Massimo Magaldi.

Massimo Magaldi, 4 sizes fits all

Massimo Magaldi, 4 sizes fits all

Rizoma Architecture Infinite Camera

Da Rizoma Architecture the proposal of the Infinite Room. A changeable, adaptable place, open to unconventional uses, where the guest finds space to work and rest, eat, read, sleep, take care of the body and the spirit, use the latest technologies or enjoy the entertainment of a good book. To allow all this, three room configurations: work-meeting, relaxation-wellness and entertainment.

Rizoma Architecture, Infinite Room

Rizoma Architecture, Infinite Room

Rizoma Architecture, Infinite Room

Rizoma Architecture, Infinite Room

Rizoma Architecture, Infinite Room

Rizoma Architecture, Infinite Room

Spagnulo & Partner Materia04

Power to matter. On this philosophy Spagnulo & Partner they built Materia04. Living room, bedroom, wardrobe and bathroom: four spaces, one next to the other, follow each other open and determined each by a principle. The living room houses the wood, married to the rigor of the boiserie. The ribbon of the room is the world of fabrics, softness and touch. The black detachment of the exposed wardrobe introduces the bathroom and its ceramics, reflections and mirrors.

Spagnulo & Partner, Materia04

Spagnulo & Partner, Materia04

Studio CaberlonCaroppi, DayDream

Interactivity is the key word of DayDream, the room concept designed by Studio CaberlonCaroppi. The technology will be an integral part of the room, with a dynamic and interactive window for complete immersion in space. Daydream, moreover, represents the host city, telling a part of its history through typical decorative elements.

Studio CaberlonCaroppi, DayDream

Studio CaberlonCaroppi, DayDream

Studio CaberlonCaroppi, DayDream

Studio CaberlonCaroppi, DayDream

Studio CaberlonCaroppi, DayDream

Studio CaberlonCaroppi, DayDream

Studio Elena Bozzini, SINELOCO

The room becomes itinerant. SINELOCO it's a new idea of ​​a room without a fixed link with a single place. A unique experience, in which the guest can experience architecture directly from the inside and give a new or different function to the surrounding space. The concept, developed by Elena Bozzini Studio, was conceived as a light and transparent object that ideally takes the form of a crystal cube that defines the space only physically but not visually. A new model of receptivity, which innovates the concept of traveling room giving added value to the architecture that contains it.

Studio Elena Bozzini, SINELOCO

Studio Elena Bozzini, SINELOCO

Studio Elena Bozzini, SINELOCO

Studio Elena Bozzini, SINELOCO

Studio Elena Bozzini, SINELOCO

Studio Elena Bozzini, SINELOCO

Lucchesedesign, The cities (in) visible

Lucchesedesign reinterprets the traditional hotel room through a fluid and versatile concept. The project "The cities (in) visible", In dialogue with the context, it adapts to every culture and city. Finishes and details are expressed in an open-space characterized by the distributional continuity between the rooms. The principle of customization of space is obtained through horizontal and vertical elements that can be adapted and customized according to the specific features of the place and the measurements.

Lucchesedesign, The cities (in) visible

Lucchesedesign, The cities (in) visible

Lucchesedesign, The cities (in) visible

Lucchesedesign, The cities (in) visible

Lucchesedesign, The cities (in) visible

Lucchesedesign, The cities (in) visible

Gian Paolo Venier, Sottobosco

Undergrowth is a hotel room designed by Gian Paolo Venier like a fresh and regenerating oasis. Textures with a non-finished look line the walls and frame the ceiling in semi-transparent fabric from which you can see a luxuriant nature, evoking memories of young summers in the countryside. Textural surfaces - in various shades of white, black and green - dialogue with furnishings of relaxed elegance in a dreamy setting.

Gian Paolo Venier, Sottobosco

Gian Paolo Venier, Sottobosco

Gian Paolo Venier, Sottobosco

Gian Paolo Venier, Sottobosco

Gian Paolo Venier, Sottobosco

Gian Paolo Venier, Sottobosco

Studio Ceccaroli, HRH - Hotel Room House

The project, signed by Studio Ceccaroli, HRH - Hotel Room House aims to bring a unique experience back to everyday life in a space with a prestigious and comfortable design. This is configured as an eclectic and changing place based on the needs of everyday life: work, rest, sport, refreshment.

Studio Ceccaroli, HRH - Hotel Room House

Studio Ceccaroli, HRH - Hotel Room House

Studio Ceccaroli, HRH - Hotel Room House

Studio Ceccaroli, HRH - Hotel Room House

Nisi Magnoni, The Tear

Unconventional is the stamp of the second hotel hospitality Nisi Magnoni, which takes shape in the concept The tear. This hotel room is the antithesis of the spasmodic search for the new, the original, the technological, the modern, the surprising. The Tear is the romantic flavor of 100's simple and utilitarian domestic necessity years ago. It is the representation of how we were.

Nisi Magnoni, The Tear

Nisi Magnoni, The Tear

Nisi Magnoni, The Tear

Nisi Magnoni, The Tear

Nisi Magnoni, The Tear

Nisi Magnoni, The Tear

Nisi Magnoni, The Tear

Nisi Magnoni, The Tear

Nisi Magnoni, The Tear

Nisi Magnoni, The Tear

Sergio Bizzarro and Alessia Galimberti, Comfort Room

Elegance arises from the balance between proportion, surprise and emotion. Inspired by elegance Sergio Bizzarro and Alessia Galimberti they have designed Comfort Room, a room in perfect harmony with the space, which offers maximum comfort and everything you could wish for. The space, furnished with care down to the smallest details, through the use of innovative materials and delicate shades, turns out to be a perfect mix between tradition and modernity. The comfortable and functional Comfort Room offers refined undesign designed to last over time.

Sergio Bizzarro and Alessia Galimberti, Comfort Room

Sergio Bizzarro and Alessia Galimberti, Comfort Room

Credit Photo: Benedict Flowers

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