Meet the top 10 Unbelievable Hospitality Design Projects by BRABBU Contract.
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Behind every handcrafted piece, there is a story written by the materials, textures, and colors of some of the most interesting places and cultures around the world. BRABBU Contract is powered by BRABBU, a contemporary brand for a cosmopolitan lifestyle that reflects an intense way of living.
The first project from my top 10 is COCOCO restaurant, with a luxurious bar and a glamorous dining room dedicated to modern Russian. Some of their most outstanding design pieces are from BRABBU Contract and Boca do Lobo, whose modern design furniture is mixed with Russia’s historical capital’s fashion sense, music scene, and old time glamor. The project interior design was made by Home Collection, a Russian interior design company and furniture supplier.
Prix Fixe embraces the inherent sense of theater present in busy, dynamic restaurants. A physical expression of what is a bold, confident and directional move, the Prix Fixe dining room is formed from a material palette of mirror and marble, brass and metallic glazed linen, exposed ceiling fixtures and concrete. It’s moody yet inviting, lux yet raw, and undoubtedly dramatic VELLUM contemporary wall lights were used in this project.
MMZ Project Architectural Bureau specified BRABBU’s pieces for ERWIN Restaurant and Bar project in Moscow, Russia. Every single aspect of the projected respected the need for contrasts, not only in terms of colors but also of materials and fabrics. Copper colored synthetic leather contrasts with colorful velvet, metal contrasts with fabric, walls and facades contrast with pieces and the final result is a luxurious groovy bar set where clients can relax after a busy day. The item by BRABBU selected to follow these contrast guidelines was MOHAWK Bar stool, pictured in the image above. Furthermore, for the bathroom decor, the selected lighting design piece by BRABBU was VELLUM Wall Light.
Radisson Blu Hotel hired Phare Design to design its dining room and BRABBU was chosen to be part of the project. Since its establishment in 1998, Phare Design has been following new trends in the interior design field and bringing high-quality design to its clients. Two pieces from BRABBU were used on the project: Apis mid-century modern round dining table and Vellum contemporary wall lamp.
The next selected project is the extraordinary interior decor of Cuckoo’s Nest, that takes us back to the days of Jules Verne and Gustave Eiffel. This was the the first Stylt Trampoli’s project with BRABBU Contract, by selecting KOI modern round coffee table, for its magical lighting mutations revealed by the brass surface, combined with the glass top.
The Langham Hotel in London was Europe’s first “Grand Hotel”. Located in the heart of the West End, it opened its doors 150 years ago attracting royalty, and celebrities. BRABBU Contract had the pleasure to see its modern design furniture pieces making a statement at The Longham Club with Nanook armchair and Sika armchair. Project design by Richmond International, an interior design company focused on hospitality projects.
The Fairmont Hotel in Hamburg is a baronial style building, perched on the banks of the Inner Alster Lake . It is nearby the city’s prime retail and commercial Jungfernstieg district.
Hidden behind the Porte Saint-Martin on an almost provincial square, the Hotel Providence Paris has the singular charm of a private house. This luxury hotel was conceived by Pierre Moussié, his fist hotel project, his wife Elodie and their good friend Sophie Richard.
The next project is the striking Castelbrac Dinard Hotel Interior Design, in which BRABBU Contract Koi modern round coffee table was included. It is a 25-room hotel settled in a 19th-century villa that became a marine research station and aquarium back in 1934. It is now a luxurious 5-star hotel full of history that will certainly inspire you! Interior design by Sandra Benhamou, a passionate for contemporary art and design.
The Alpina Gstaad is a luxury hotel in Switzerland that opened in December 2012. More than a place to stay in the Swiss Alps, it is a new icon for Gstaad combining Swiss tradition and thoughtful luxury. For the interior design, HBA London took the traditional chalet form of the building into the interior and contemporized it. BRABBU contract is present there with the contemporary VELLUM wall lights in the hotel’s ballroom. The result couldn’t be better, the harmony projected by the ambiance is undeniable.