There are some hotel interior designs that can be described as a masterpiece and this is exactly the case of Ritz Carlton Wolfsburg.
The Autostadt is a center of excellence built by Volkswagen and dedicated to the automobile, but it’s about much more than just cars, Autostadt celebrates design, art, architecture, and science.
However let’s forget these twenty-eight hectares of rolling hills and lakes for a few moments and step to the other side. On the west end of the ‘Car City’ lays a circular building of glass and natural stone with 147 luxurious rooms and 23 suites: The Ritz-Carlton, Wolfsburg.
The Ritz-Carlton is a contemporary chateau – or as a German speaker would say, a Schloss – on the edge of a canal at the end of the Volkswagen’s Autostadt. Re-designed by Elliot Barnes in 2013, the Ritz Carlton, Wolfsburg is a glass building in the shape of a ‘C’, maybe inspired by ‘castle’, or maybe ‘charismatic’. The moment you set eyes on this structure you feel an inexplicable desire to enter, and you are far away from imagining what you will find inside.
See the gallery with some home design ideas. From Germany, with love:
*Written by: Carolina Rodrigues
What we have here is a collection of luxury and elegant contemporary interiors designed by Jonathan Adler, on of the best designers in the world.
Adler (born 1966 in New Jersey, United States) is a potter, designer, and author. The artist launched his first ceramic collection in 1993 at Barneys New York. Five years later he expanded into home furnishings, opening his first namesake boutique in Manhattan.
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Adler’s inspirations have come from Mid-century modern, art and global pop culture.