Quotel by mode:lina

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Quotel by Mode:lina

One piece of plywood furniture inside this Polish apartment encompasses a bed, bookshelf, nightstand and wardrobe.

Quotel by Mode:lina

The hotel apartment in Poznań was designed by architects mode:lina and provides temporary accommodation throughout the year for trade fair visitors.

Quotel by Mode:lina

Named Quotel, a combination of the words quote and hotel, the apartment has different messages written on the walls of each room.

Quotel by Mode:lina

The architects have furnished the whole apartment using combinations of furniture from Ikea.

Quotel by Mode:lina

Other hotel interiors recently featured on Dezeen include a boutique gay hotel with a life-size polar bear statue and a Paris hotel filled with touchscreens.

Quotel by Mode:lina

Photography is by Marcin Ratajczak.

Quotel by Mode:lina

Here's some more information from the architects:


Quotel – accomodation for fair visitors in Poznań, Poland

Quotel (combination of words: "quote" and "hotel").

Quotel by Mode:lina

Architects of mode:lina have completed an apartment designed for guests visiting the Poznań International Fair.

Quotel by Mode:lina

This specific customer defines the nature of this apartment - at the crossroads of  hotel features and relaxed homely atmosphere.

Quotel by Mode:lina

The challenge was to use easily replaceable parts (here: IKEA) and create a space that definitely stands out among other similar offers on the market.

Quotel by Mode:lina

Designers faithful to the principle of crossing-over combined catalogue elements with these custom-made to create an affordable and durable design giving the impression of tailored interior.

Quotel by Mode:lina

We wish you a pleasant stay in Poznań!

Quotel by Mode:lina

Interior design: Jerzy Woźniak, Paweł Garus of mode:lina architektura & consulting
Completion date: February 2011
Net area: 100,1 m2
Photos by: Marcin Ratajczak

  • alex

    I'm sorry I just can't focus on the design because of what the walls are telling me to do. They'll probably regret that decision

    • iag

      Does statutory fire escape signage have the same effect on you?

      I think they are a nice, simple and inexpensive touch.

      After the first initial impact of the text they will have served there purpose and you'll get so acquainted with them they'll disappear.

  • Seb

    The whole flat is like a cheesy hallmark card.

  • http://www.dotgolf.it dotgolf

    The wall is beautiful, but i Think that with time, it will be difficult to see… no?