The five-star The Bridge Wroclaw MGallery Hotel at Cathedral Square reveals its interior. They were made by Tétris, a global expert in interior design and finishing. How do you like it in the middle of a luxury Wroclaw hotel that boasts five stars?
Industrial design, drawing on the historical and cultural heritage of Wrocław, the hotel design assumed the use of natural materials, stone, sheet metal and wood. During the interior design of The Bridge Wroclaw MGallery hotel, in order to achieve an elegant, minimalist effect, Tétris used dozens of unusual, sometimes prototype solutions – including the construction of the kitchen, which can be opened into a restaurant room with the help of raised windows.
Open in early August this year. The Bridge Wroclaw MGallery hotel, Tétris, carried out general construction works, installation of floors, wall constructions, decorative structures, lighting, sanitary equipment and saunas, as well as coordination of the supply of furniture, movable, operational and specialized equipment.
In addition to 184 hotel rooms, Tétris activities also included a lobby with reception, halls, conference rooms, a ballroom, restaurants, library, toilets and an extensive wellness / fitness area. – The warm, elegant atmosphere of the interior of this hotel builds, among other things, interestingly designed lighting, e.g. in the rooms above the beds we have installed steel canopies with candles placed on them. In total, we installed 4.3 thousand in the entire hotel, including the common areas. lighting fittings, almost 2 thousand wax candles, over 300 Edison light bulbs and 700 m of continuous linear lighting – says Krzysztof Poznański, Associate Director, Hotels & Hospitality at Tétris.
An effective finishing element and at the same time requiring professional prefabrication are wall cladding made of black hot-rolled steel with visible scales.
Prototype ceilings and suspensions have been used in public areas of the hotel, including ‘mirror’ ceilings, crepe mesh ceilings, suspended green painted trusses, and modular constructions made of raw hot rolled sheet above the bar and library. An open-work steel and glass partition with pivot doors was installed between the lobby and the foyer of the ballroom.
On the 6th floor, with 3 saunas, massage rooms, a recreation and fitness area, there is natural greenery and a source of drinking water.
The interior decorations are complemented by wall decorations, often referring to the history of the place, such as graphics with faces of famous figures from Silesia, obtained in cooperation with the National Museum in Wrocław, or panoramic graphics with historical cityscapes.