In the interior design, the architecture and design studio Archisphere has continued the story it already told in the design of the hotel. A story about individuality with a strong reference to tradition. It is particularly visible in the materials: wood, steel and glass. Architect and interior designer Gabriel Kacerovsky and his team created a harmonious work of art.
The unusual wooden construction is perceived as a "house on a house" and conjures up a very special place with that special Viennese flair. The connection between hotel and event space is emphasized by the Rheinzink facade, covered with a brass-colored sheet metal skin.
Inside, natural, high-quality materials create an atmosphere of well-being. A mix of plywood, lacquered installation pipes, selected fabrics and brass elements reinforce the individual character of the interior. Tiles in glass block look are reminiscent of Viennese design history. After all, at the end of the 19th century glass blocks were used as building elements to - for example - bring natural light into cellar rooms. At the beginning of the 20th century, Otto Wagner used the now familiar glass blocks as flooring in the Postsparkasse in Vienna.
All the technical requirements that the digital society demands for events are skilfully integrated into the room concept without coming to the fore. Flexibility has also been taken into account. Two meeting rooms can be turned into one large room. The playfulness is not neglected either: it can be experienced in the sanitary area where the wall painting is backed with fluorescent colours and only becomes visible through black light. A surprise when you switch off the conventional light source.
On the terrace with its leafy pergola, nature is the designer: a breathtaking view over the Vienna Arsenal and the Sonnwendviertel enchants guests here.
The architecture and design studio Archisphere has skillfully combined past and present in the Event Space at the Hotel Schani Wien and created a location where you can work, celebrate or lounge. At lofty heights, innovative ideas are spun, people pursue their thoughts or simply look up into the air and enjoy.
Photos © Gregor Hofbauer, Rendering © Archisphere