The new Redstone hotel was recently opened in the old town of Riga, Latvia. Designed by the ANNVIL Interior Architecture, this boutique hotel features a very interesting design choice, with 4 rooms on 11 floors, each with a monochrome color scheme.
The hotel’s St. Petrus restaurant is located on the first two floors and serves modern Latvian cuisine. After that, there is no texture and no shape. The third floor presents the colors of the Baltic Sea. There is pink on the fourth floor. The fifth floor is a simple milky white. Finally, the sixth floor uses the shade of the blue lagoon.
The idea of a monochrome floor is because the hotel wants to highlight the most important thing in the room: the guest! In addition, because each room is a monochrome design, the subtle nuances of the furniture suddenly appear from the background. Walls and furniture mean that form and matter seem to blend together. The rest is the highlight of the room, whether it is a mirror coffee table, marble countertops or modern lights.
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