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Interior Design Hall of Fame member Karim Rashid‘s Nhow Berlin hotel caters to a rocker’s every whim.
With three opera houses, an equal number of major concert halls, and countless underground techno clubs, Berlin has long been a destination for music lovers and music makers alike.
The café features pink buffet stations. In the lounge, he switched to gold paint for the fiberglass sculpture rising from inside the circular bar.
There are two recording studios on-site, and a grand piano, a guitar, or a drum set can be provided at any time.
Occupying a riverside building by NPS Tchoban Voss, Nhow is the largest hotel interior completed to date by Rashid’s namesake firm.
Slightly psychedelic patterns, digitally printed on the flooring and curtain fabric in the 304 guest rooms and suites, make each one of them unique.
A dedicated DJ when not designing, he has already selected tracks for the playlist at the Nhow lounge. And he’s definitely on the hotel’s rock-star wavelength. Once guests complete a demo tape, they can simply stroll next door to the German headquarters of Universal Music.
Teknica Consultores de Iluminacío: Lighting Consultant. IPEC Group: Construction Consultant.Bayer Glasbau: Glasswork. Kaiser: Fiberglass Contractor. BAM Deutschland: General Contractor.
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