Our boutique hotel has an accordion-like glass design façade with tiny painted graphics, chronicling the eco-system of the Danube.
Each room features a different creative installation inspired by modern chairs, thus providing a unique design experience in the Budapest design hotel.
The hotel’s facade is animated by the changing colors of an innovative lighting design concept. Glass is one of the dominant materials in the interiors as well, creating a sense of openness and allowing movement to become an integral part of the building’s character.The lobby itself is equally dramatic with its transparent floor revealing the ruins of a medieval water tower a level below, serving as architectural contrast for the innovative atrium, where overhead glass suspension bridges hold sandblasted fingerprints of the creators of the hotel. Also in the atrium, guests find three paintings (Break of Day, Firebird, Enthusiasm) of famous French painter Ms. Francoise Gilot – also known as a companion of Picasso.
In Lánchíd 19 design hotel **** Budapest each room features a different creative installation inspired by the modern chairs. Many young artists of different fields (e.g. graphic designers, photographers, fashion designers) connected by their approach to play and experiment worked together in kind of workshops to make up the creative solutions meeting the needs of the multicultural guests of the hotel. This resulted in all the 45 rooms and 3 suites having an individual look. The walls feature the creative stories inspired by the modern chairs of well-known designers in the rooms, as if the recollections, fantasies and understandings of the guests entering the rooms were projected on the walls. Some of the rooms invite for a creative play, thus guests have a weekly wardrobe to dress an Erwan&Ronan Bouroullec chair, a George G. Sowden chair to watch a movie with, Philippe Starck’s Louis & Victoria Ghost to have a dance lesson with. Guests may also find themselves in a wedding ceremony, where a white Panton chair is the bride.