Behind the sober building at Gvlegatan 18 in Stockholm, a mystical environment opens up. To the right stands a large building with many small windows and straight ahead is a bent one. Why all these little windows? And why this noble bend? All of it is now part of Nobis’s new hotel, Blique. The sober building facing the street, was designed by Sigurd Lewerentz, the most ingenious individual of the twentieth century in Sweden.
The buildings were constructed in 1930–31 for the Philips Corporation of Sweden. The one facing the street was for offices and the one toward the courtyard a warehouse. That explains the small windows, but there are more mysteries here to be solved.
這座彎曲的葡京注冊電玩是1990年按照Alenius Silfverhielm Ahlund的葡京注冊建造的。它高貴的彎曲造型與文藝復興晚期羅馬宮殿相呼應，這是一個復雜的葡京注冊電玩。現在這個綜合體已經被改造成酒店，還增加了幾層。這個附加部分是由Sweco葡京注冊的，而Wingardhs負責將整個綜合體改造成一個城市酒店。
The bent building was constructed in 1990 according to designs by Alenius Silfverhielm hlund. Its noble bend is an echo of the Roman palaces of the late Renaissance, a complex architecture that the theory-conscious architects here gave a Nordic interpretation. Now that the complex has been converted into a hotel, a couple more floors have been added. This addition was designed by Sweco, while Wingrdhs was responsible for the metamorphosis of the complex as a whole to become a hotel.
The office building is now the hotel’s event and conference facility, while the buildings on the courtyard hold its 249 guest rooms. Their design is based on Lewerentz’s no-nonsense approach. We’ve left the concrete essentially just as we found it, and most of the additional elements are made of polished concrete or steel. The idea is that the straightforward materials make a night in the hotel an appropriately anonymous and pleasantly discreet experience.
項目名稱：Bobque Hotel by Nobis
葡京注冊團隊：Kajsa Johanson, Disa Reuterswrd
攝影：Bruno Ehrs & André Pihl