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Rooms 92   Architecture Gert Wingårdh, Wingårdhs   Interior Design Gert Wingårdh, Wingårdhs
The Original Alessandro Catenacci

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Rooms
92
Architecture
Gert Wingårdh, Wingårdhs
Interior
Design Gert Wingårdh, Wingårdhs
The Original Alessandro Catenacci

Architecture

Classically Abstract

High ceilings, expansive windows and grand rooms; the hallmarks of the building’s original architects Hagström & Ekman remain gloriously intact. With this, one of the region’s most cherished Art Nouveau edifices, architect Gert Wingårdh of Swedish firm Wingårdhs had the task of preserving the original traits of the 1910 building while simultaneously interpreting them in a modern manner. The result is a seamless incorporation of soft and graceful organic lines, as well as the integration of more classic features like wood paneling. “You might say that we’ve started from the lines of the original architecture and elaborated them in a kind of abstract, modern day Art Nouveau,” Wingårdh explains.

The atmospheric restaurant is accentuated with cut-glass pendant lamps, leather oxblood banquettes, and floor-to-ceiling windows facing Sveavägen boulevard. Chef Daniel Guest focuses on traditional cooking methods and local produce.

 

Interior Design

Modern Day Art Nouveau

Inspired by the building’s origins, Wingårdhs’ interiors sympathetically hark back to the Art Nouveau movement, with subtle hints of femininity in a nod to the property’s past as a girls’ school. Swedish materials, such as limestone, oak, and natural leather, have been used liberally alongside parquet flooring and arched windows.

Interior Design
Modern Day Art Nouveau

Inspired by the building’s origins, Wingårdhs’ interiors sympathetically hark back to the Art Nouveau movement, with subtle hints of femininity in a nod to the property’s past as a girls’ school. Swedish materials, such as limestone, oak, and natural leather, have been used liberally alongside parquet flooring and arched windows.

The atmospheric restaurant is accentuated with cut-glass pendant lamps, leather oxblood banquettes, and floor-to-ceiling windows facing Sveavägen boulevard. Chef Daniel Guest focuses on traditional cooking methods and local produce.

 

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