Nhow Hotel / NPS Tchoban Voss

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Photographer Patricia Parinejad just shared with us the photographs she took to the Nhow Hotel in designed by NPS Tchoban Voss, with a huge cantilever and some colorful interiors by Karim Rashid.

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Cite: "Nhow Hotel / NPS Tchoban Voss" 30 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 18 Apr 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=92587>

14 comments

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    It’s very cool, though not really my personal taste. (And now for the inevitable but…)

    But I think that the mix between the super-sleek, overhyped rooms and the incredibly sparse concrete rooms would make me feel empty and conflicted. Of course I haven’t actually been to the building, but still…

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    I love the interiors of the scheme but what happened to external aspect? Was it the same architect? I find it a real shame the lack of design ‘dare’ in the creation of another brick box!

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    This hotel is especially suitable for musicians, you have access to all sorts of musical instruments (just call the room service) and you can use the high end recording and mastering studios to record your new ideas.
    http://www.nhow-hotels.com/berlin/en/nhow-music
    Seems to be a lot of fun ;)
    Nevertheless it looks reeeally candyish.

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    I dont like its interior disign but about the concept of the mass and outside view, the contrast between the shiny cantilever box and the solid brick form under it,is really amuzing.

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    future reminder…
    when doing next project, give basic plans to child..let them scribble on
    then rationalise their program. …After, get them to check it..and add lots of colours. also… remember… try to deliver enough sensory information to make one crippled blind… then tell client it is good taste.
    p.s. sorry for offending anyone. the idea has merit…
    the scheme makes me blind!
    wait..think im going to be sick.

    …now all attack me…lol!

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    it’s truely unfortunate that we are promoting karim rashid to keep ‘designing’. he absolutely has no form development, no sense of proportion, no sense of texture/tactile quality. this blob shape coupled with a sheen and horrible colors is getting very old, tacky, distasteful, lame and just outright insulting to the design community. this guy makes me sick.

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    Watching this project through construction was interesting. Seeing the interiors is shocking.

    I don’t understand how designers can create projects like this without addressing sustainability. It is just irresponsible.

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