Awesome Superbude Hotel in Hamburg, Germany

On the end of this summer if you plan to made a trip in Hamburg, Germany, then I highly suggest you check out the Superbude Hotel. The furniture in the hotel is extremely unique. For example, the sofas are covered with and made out of old jeans. Designed by Armin Fisher from the studio Dreimeta created this hotel with six floor building with 74 stylish double and multi-bed rooms allow to stay up all night long without annoying neighbors.

This is a very luxurious hotel. The overall style and design is very modern and elegant. Obviously, every room is different. But they are all equally beautiful. However I have a favorite, and it’s the green room. I love green and this room in painted using many different tones of green. They are all beautiful and they all look very beautiful and pleasant together.

I like the fact that the hotel has chosen to adopt a very simple style. This is usually how most hotels look like and this is exactly what makes them so hostile and different from a warm home. But this one has something different. It’s elegant and beautiful and even if the décor is very simple this only makes it looks modern and beautiful. The attention to details is amazing. There are a lot of beautiful and interesting decoration all over the place. They really complete the whole image.

Published by in Design And Concept, on August 24th, 2010


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