Four eminent architects have designed the interiors of the guest apartments at the 7132 Hotel, located in the Swiss town of Waltz. The series was named "House of Architects", rooms are already available for booking. The hotel is adjacent to the famous thermal baths, built in 1996 by Peter Zumthor.
Various materials became the starting point for room projects. For example, Tom Main and his Morphosis bureau, who designed the interiors of four hotel rooms, chose wood and natural stone for their projects. Two of Maine's rooms are trimmed with wood planks, and the other two are clad in quartzite slabs. This material is mined near the hotel complex, and it was the quartzite that Zumthor used to clad his thermal baths. All four rooms of the Californian architect have a glass shower room in the center of the room and have balconies overlooking the Alps. Morphosis also completed the design of the hotel lobby and entrance lobby. Note that in 2015, Tom Mayne's workshop was commissioned to develop a project for a 380-meter hotel tower with the same name - 7132, which was also planned to be built in Valls. Archi.ru
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Tadao Ando and Kengo Kuma in their variants of hotel rooms relied on the traditions of the Land of the Rising Sun. Both used a key building material for Japan - wood. At the same time, Ando brought aesthetics to the interior of the hotel room.
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The idea of decorating the room, designed by Peter Zumthor, dates back to the Italian Renaissance. Swiss architect covered walls and ceiling with dark plaster using technique