The materials are quite agreeable and a lot of natural wood was used too. The colours used on the walls are mostly in warm brown tones. In opposition to the usual practice in the hotel rooms, this time the bathrooms and toilets are designed as a part of the entire space and marked off only with translucent or semitranslucent glass walls. An essential part of the suites’ integrated image is graphic design, presented either as graphic pieces
1. The green painting on the wall is a key element in the room, bringing vigour and liveliness to the space
2. The staircase links the living room on the ground floor and the bedroom on the first floor
3. View of the living room from the bathroom with transparent glass walls
4. The simple and clear guestroom
Rooms that give up onto "via Etnea" recover the topic of refined Mediterranean simplicity. The light comes to be the prevailing and essential element: white bed on an important wooden headboard embellished by a central majolica rosette. The internal design is based on ironic reinterpretations of classical furniture. Most indoor rooms allow the sight on a central patio that is treated as a Sicilian place.
1. The lower level of the duplex guestroom
2. The duplex guestroom
3. The top level of the duplex guestroom
4. The guestroom in daytime
5. The washroom design style is typical of a holiday resort
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Becker’s Hotel is located amidst the vineyards and rolling hills of Trier, one of the oldest cities in Europe, dating back to Roman times. Through the use of natural materials such as stone and wood, the property appears as if it almost nestles within its surroundings.
In the guestrooms, the stones give way to finely patterned dark wood floors combined with the glow of low spot lighting. A simple pane of glass separates the dark-tiled shower from the sleeping area, adding a hint of airiness to the otherwise earthy elements embodied in the hotel’s design. At Becker’s, German wine countr’s hospitality is writ large, but is certainly footnoted with a sophisticated, modern touch.
1. The dazzling black-and-white patterns
2. The suite
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