IBIS Warsaw

Client:
IBIS Styles
Project Date:
2018
Architect:
AND Architects

Located on the banks of the Vistula River, Warszawa, Ibis Styles is design economy hotel open to creative minds. From the threshold, the interior will surprise you with positive emotions! The hotel is in the heart of the city, making it an ideal starting point to explore the city. With no communal areas the same, Ibis Styles is an adventure! Taking inspiration from the nearby flowing Vistula River, a conceptual “river” flows through the ground floor space of the building setting up “river banks” that allowed definition of functions and activities of public spaces, using playful memories and stories for guest to connect with during their stay.

The restaurant was a beach concept with a large variety of materials and features to interact with. There were infinite opportunities to integrate lighting within the interior elements to enhance the space even further! General functional illumination is provided by wide beam optic spotlights mounted within traditional wooden canoes, mounted to the ceiling, along with ceiling recessed adjustable downlights. Decorative lighting features such as suspended rustic pendants and strings of dangling festoons conjure images of lively and hustling ports. The guest has options for lighting within their room, with various light sources to choose from, whether it’s a bedside reading light, floor standing lamps, suspended pendants or traditional downlights.

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