Travel habits change, requests for comfort and hospitality increase, associated with new needs for functionality and aesthetics to pamper guests in compliance with the highest standards of hospitality. This is the goal that led Planetaria Hotels to inaugurate eight new Nesting Rooms at the Enterprise Hotel in Milan.
The restoration and redevelopment works, in the interior design project by architect Sofia Gioia Vedani, CEO of Planetaria Hotels, enhance the made in Italy. Color is the absolute protagonist, dominating the cheerful and colorful atmosphere, typical of Milanese courtyards, in the choice of materials and accessories by Moroso Contract designed by the Planetaria Hotels project team.
The Nesting Rooms revisit the typical Milanese railing houses in a contemporary way: a “nest”, as the word itself suggests, offering privacy and protection, enveloping, safe. Ritmonio solutions have been chosen to emphasize the interior and bathroom furnishings: comfortable and ergonomic, they contribute to the well-being of the guests.
The Tie series of taps and the coordinated Elementa accessories, in the brushed black chrome finish, harmonize with these spaces designed for hospitality, in a balanced combination of materials and surfaces. Following the color trend chosen by the client, the energy of black, the series is enhanced in a bathroom that surprises, defining a new trend for hôtellerie. A versatility that enhances eclecticism and tailoring, trait d’union of the entire offer of the company: a style with a clean and original design defines spaces with personality, experimentation becomes concrete.
A new interpretation of wellness that passes through the bathroom of the new suites, a leisure space par excellence, reinterpreting the place of well-being even in top-level accommodation facilities: taps and accessories are no longer just details, but protagonists of the project.
Architectural project: Planetaria Projects Architect Sofia Gioia Vedani, CEO of Planetaria Hotels - Project Manager Elisabetta Compagnoni - Art Direction Francesca Fezzi.
Photo credits: Leonardo Duggento