The Flushing Meadows Hotel & Bar

Rooms 16   Architecture Arnold/Werner   Interior Design Arnold/Werner
The Original Sascha Arnold, Steffen Werner, Niels Jäger

Hotels Facts & Figures
Rooms
16
Architecture
Arnold/Werner
Interior
Design Arnold/Werner
The Original Sascha Arnold, Steffen Werner, Niels Jäger

The architects worked with the rather high ceilings to create 11 light-filled loft studios on the third floor. Attention to detail entails that the staircase built for the connection between the top floors was fashioned in the same industrial, loft-like style of the rest of the building.

Architecture

ARNOLD/WERNER

Local architects Arnold/Werner transformed the top two floors of a 1970s industrial building into The Flushing Meadows Hotel & Bar. Located in one of Munich’s most vibrant districts—Glockenbach, the building was a former post office and its façade has been left unchanged.

Architecture
ARNOLD/WERNER

Local architects Arnold/Werner transformed the top two floors of a 1970s industrial building into The Flushing Meadows Hotel & Bar. Located in one of Munich’s most vibrant districts—Glockenbach, the building was a former post office and its façade has been left unchanged.

The architects worked with the rather high ceilings to create 11 light-filled loft studios on the third floor. Attention to detail entails that the staircase built for the connection between the top floors was fashioned in the same industrial, loft-like style of the rest of the building.

The pure white rooms feature exposed concrete slabs in the ceiling. Here an industrial feel is mixed with modern and Scandinavian influences. Fabrics by Danish company Kvadrat and modern furniture by ClassiCon & Thonet complement the oak floors.

Interior Design

AN INDUSTRIAL IDENTITY

The cozy rooftop floor bar follows the aesthetic of the 11 rooms with a spacious industrial style that incorporates eclectic styles. The happy mix of furniture include velvet-covered benches and sofas as well as signature lighting by well-known Lebanese design firm PSLAB.

Interior Design
AN INDUSTRIAL IDENTITY

The cozy rooftop floor bar follows the aesthetic of the 11 rooms with a spacious industrial style that incorporates eclectic styles. The happy mix of furniture include velvet-covered benches and sofas as well as signature lighting by well-known Lebanese design firm PSLAB.

The pure white rooms feature exposed concrete slabs in the ceiling. Here an industrial feel is mixed with modern and Scandinavian influences. Fabrics by Danish company Kvadrat and modern furniture by ClassiCon & Thonet complement the oak floors.

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