Hotel Liberty

Rooms 38   Interior Design Knoblauch
The Original Christian & Dietmar Funk

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Rooms
38
Interior
Design Knoblauch
The Original Christian & Dietmar Funk

Many of the former cells have been connected to form more spacious guestrooms, while windows have been modified to better frame the surrounding countryside. Thick original walls and many steel doors keep the building’s history at the forefront.

ARCHITECTURE

BEAUTY UNCHAINED

Designed in 1840 by Heinrich Hübsch, one of Baden’s most renowned architects at the time, this former prison is built from the same red sandstone that was used for the cathedrals of Freiburg and Strasbourg. In its history, the building has gone through numerous fortifications and renovations involving new oak floors, the removal of window bars, and an added glass section between two brick buildings.

ARCHITECTURE
BEAUTY UNCHAINED

Designed in 1840 by Heinrich Hübsch, one of Baden’s most renowned architects at the time, this former prison is built from the same red sandstone that was used for the cathedrals of Freiburg and Strasbourg. In its history, the building has gone through numerous fortifications and renovations involving new oak floors, the removal of window bars, and an added glass section between two brick buildings.

Many of the former cells have been connected to form more spacious guestrooms, while windows have been modified to better frame the surrounding countryside. Thick original walls and many steel doors keep the building’s history at the forefront.

INTERIOR DESIGN

Knoblauch

The Knoblauch design team aimed to simultaneously keep the building’s historical character intact while also reducing any sense of rigidity through the occasional playful element.

Retro-technological furnishings contrast handcrafted pieces by local craftspeople, while tiled bathrooms, black leather headboards, and distressed brown leather sofas feature in many rooms and suites.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Knoblauch

The Knoblauch design team aimed to simultaneously keep the building’s historical character intact while also reducing any sense of rigidity through the occasional playful element.

 
 

Retro-technological furnishings contrast handcrafted pieces by local craftspeople, while tiled bathrooms, black leather headboards, and distressed brown leather sofas feature in many rooms and suites.

INTERIOR DESIGN
Knoblauch

The Knoblauch design team aimed to simultaneously keep the building’s historical character intact while also reducing any sense of rigidity through the occasional playful element.

Retro-technological furnishings contrast handcrafted pieces by local craftspeople, while tiled bathrooms, black leather headboards, and distressed brown leather sofas feature in many rooms and suites.

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