Hotel Waldorf Astoria

Architect Christoph Mäckel - Interiors Inter-Art-études, Aukett + Heese Berlin / Germany / 2013

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The Waldorf Astoria Berlin is located in the heart of the German capital, in a district in full urban renewal; this hotel represents architecturally a slight contrast between the dramatically contemporary nature of its architecture and the timelessness of its interior design, where luxury is explained without ostentation. Designed by architect Professor Christoph Mäckler, the building is found within a triangular pattern made of three main arteries. Its arch-shaped body is topped by a tower overlooking Kaiser-Wilhelm-Straße. The design of the hotel’s interiors communicates the future while reinterpreting the Art Déco codes. Special care has been given to the making of meeting rooms where Nulite upholstered in full grain leather has been chosen.


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    The Waldorf Astoria Berlin is located in the heart of the German capital, in a district in full urban renewal; this hotel represents architecturally a slight contrast between the dramatically contemporary nature of its architecture and the timelessness of its interior design, where luxury is explained without ostentation. Designed by architect Professor Christoph Mäckler, the building is found within a triangular pattern made of three main arteries. Its arch-shaped body is topped by a...

    Project details
    • Year 2013
    • Work started in 2010
    • Work finished in 2013
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Hotel/Resorts
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