The biggest challenge in setting up this location was reusing as many pieces of furniture as possible from solid beech wood that belonged to a previous location. Being in good condition, they could be refurbished relatively easily.
Approximately 90% of the furniture is reused, as is the pallet boards in the bathrooms. The bar was designed by joining and adapting older furniture. The decorative wall at the entrance / exit of the sanitary groups consists of plaques that belonged to older wine boxes.
Also, with the idea of ??combining the new with the old, we chose to keep the marble floor after it was properly refurbished. We have also preserved certain decorative elements of the ceiling, which we have painted and adapted.
The furniture of the sanitary groups, as well as the doors, were also adapted from the old location.
Among the new elements introduced, are the decorative paints that imitate copper and the copper light fixtures. They complement the space harmoniously, giving it warmth and intimacy.