Stamba Hotel

Rooms 41   Architecture Adjara Arch Group   Interior Design Adjara Arch Group & Rooms

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Rooms
41
Architecture
Adjara Arch Group
Interior
Design Adjara Arch Group & Rooms

ARCHITECTURE

FRAMEWORK OF COOL

In this hotel that never sleeps, the facilities and ongoing offerings have been designed to create a natural flow of energy throughout the day, drawing and guiding guests and locals throughout the property. Large warehouse windows blur the boundaries between inside and out, while a series of internal steel balconies, for example, line the hotel’s upper levels for unmatched vantage points from which to view the greenhouse-inspired atrium.

INTERIOR DESIGN

ADJARA ARCH GROUP

Original features have been imaginatively restored and repurposed, contributing to the hotel’s overarching indulgent, sensorial experience and, in turn, offering an expressive journey through both the vintage and the modern. The former publisher’s imposing print-drying beam, for example, is now used to support the trees and foliage that dominate the five-story-high atrium of the hotel’s “jungle lobby”.

Opening out from the lobby is the café, defined by distinctive vintage booths and Soviet-era pendant lamps. A tangible celebration of Georgia’s culinary heritage, the café offers an avant-garde take on the country’s classic dishes and flavors alongside modern European dishes, making it a major player in the evolving foodie scene surfacing across Tbilisi.

INTERIOR DESIGN
ADJARA ARCH GROUP

Original features have been imaginatively restored and repurposed, contributing to the hotel’s overarching indulgent, sensorial experience and, in turn, offering an expressive journey through both the vintage and the modern. The former publisher’s imposing print-drying beam, for example, is now used to support the trees and foliage that dominate the five-story-high atrium of the hotel’s “jungle lobby”.

 
 

Opening out from the lobby is the café, defined by distinctive vintage booths and Soviet-era pendant lamps. A tangible celebration of Georgia’s culinary heritage, the café offers an avant-garde take on the country’s classic dishes and flavors alongside modern European dishes, making it a major player in the evolving foodie scene surfacing across Tbilisi.

INTERIOR DESIGN
ADJARA ARCH GROUP

Original features have been imaginatively restored and repurposed, contributing to the hotel’s overarching indulgent, sensorial experience and, in turn, offering an expressive journey through both the vintage and the modern. The former publisher’s imposing print-drying beam, for example, is now used to support the trees and foliage that dominate the five-story-high atrium of the hotel’s “jungle lobby”.

Opening out from the lobby is the café, defined by distinctive vintage booths and Soviet-era pendant lamps. A tangible celebration of Georgia’s culinary heritage, the café offers an avant-garde take on the country’s classic dishes and flavors alongside modern European dishes, making it a major player in the evolving foodie scene surfacing across Tbilisi.

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