Hotel Giulia by Patricia Urquiola and DWA Design Studio

A unique experience in Milan

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由Patricia Urquiola和来自DWA Design Studio的建筑师Frederik De Wachter与Alberto Artesani合作设计的酒店坐落于于米兰市中心,距离米兰大教堂广场和埃马努埃莱二世拱廊仅几步之遥。该酒店拥有5类共85间客房,包括标准间,高级客房,豪华客房,普通套房及阁楼套房。此外,酒店旅客可以畅享早餐至正午,并享受全城全天候无限网络连接。酒店设计充分汲取了米兰风情的精髓,为旅客营造了新型、有趣和宾至如归的舒适体验。酒店设计从色彩,材料,画面,表现手法及多空间设计语言的混搭等精致细节展现了米兰这座城市的独特魅力。Giulia酒店以独特的空间体验,为来访旅客呈现一场独一无二的米兰之旅。

The hotel, designed by Patricia Urquiola in collaboration with Frederik De Wachter and Alberto Artesani of DWA Design Studio, is located in the heart of Milan, a few steps from Piazza del Duomo and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, features 85 rooms divided into 5 categories (standard, superior, deluxe, junior suite and penthouse with terrace). In addition, customers can enjoy innovative services such as breakfast until noon or WiMate, Wi‐Fi not only in the hotel but all around the city, among others. Room Mate Giulia combines the essence of Milan; it’s new, fresh, fun and welcoming. The hotel reflects the city through its colors, materials, images, irony, the mix of different languages and also its rigour, all with the most intimate accuracy. Room Mate Giulia has a great personality and promises guests a unique experience in Milan.

▼酒店位于米兰市中心,the hotel located in the heart of Milan

不论是从材料的使用方面还是设计元素的运用方面,Giulia酒店无不展现出与米兰的紧密联系。酒店大厅的地板由粉色大理石铺设,与米兰大教堂有异曲同工之妙,也完美衔接了设计师的最新作品。这一独特大理石地面的使用,几乎成就了该酒店的独有风格。作为米兰建筑风格的又一典型元素,陶土色砖块被用作酒店大厅的曲面墙壁上,营造出更为立体的视觉效果。重复出现的几何形态进一步展现出这座城市的精致之处,又呼应了米兰文化史上又一重要的元素图形艺术。

Room Mate Giulia indeed has a great connection with the city of Milan in the use of materials and elements. The hotel lobby floor is made of pink marble, the same used in the Duomo of Milan, following the line of the latest projects of the architect. The predominance of this color in her work has become one of her hallmarks. Terracotta bricks, another typical feature in the Milanese architecture, are used on a curved wall in the lobby to create a tridimensional effect. The recurrent geometric patterns reflect the rigour of the city and also refer to the graphic arts, an important element of the cultural history of Milan.

▼酒店大厅,hotel lobby

▼酒店大厅的地板由粉色大理石铺设,the hotel lobby floor is made of pink marble

▼陶土色砖块曲面墙壁营造出更为立体的视觉效果,Terracotta bricks, another typical feature in the Milanese architecture, are used on a curved wall in the lobby to create a tridimensional effect

▼空间重复出现几何形态,the space appears with recurrent geometric patterns

▼餐厅午餐供应至正午 ,breakfast is served until noon

▼餐厅内景,interior view of the restaurant

酒店客房打造成典型的意大利式复古风格。空间氛围的营造旨在为旅客提供更为舒适的如家环境,让他们在短暂的停留期也能感受到来自家的温暖。酒店空间遍布来自不同艺术家的绘画作品或摄影作品。这些作品无不展示着独特且迷人的米兰风情。

The rooms refer to typical Italian domestic spaces with a vintage touch. The goal is to create an essential and very familiar space where guests find everything they need to live temporarily in the rooms as if they were at home. And all through areas of the hotel you can admire works of different artists, photographers and illustrators with a common denominator: they are “Milanesi”.

▼客房内景示例,interior views of the rooms

▼酒店提供5种共85间客房,the hotel features 85 rooms divided into 5 categories

▼客房打造为意大利式复古风情,the rooms refer to typical Italian domestic spaces with a vintage touch

▼随处可见的艺术作品展现了米兰风情,artworks are refer to the Milanesi

▼洗手间内景示例,interior view of the bathrooms

Project Name: Hotel Giulia
Main interior design architect: Patricia Urquiola
Project Architects: Frederik De Wachter + Alberto Artesani (DWA Design Studio)
Type: Hospitality
Client: Room Mate Hotels
Completion Date: April 2016
Floor Area: 4.500 sqm
Location: Via Silvio Pellico 4, Milano, Italy
Photo Credits: Ricardo Labougle

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