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  • Prize of the “Interior Space Architecture / HoReCa Design” section


Authors: arh. Cătălin Sandu, arh. Andrei Butușină
Photo: YWP studio

Authors’ Comment

IKI is a small cabin project that embodies a design approach rooted in simplicity and the use of raw, elemental materials. The interior exudes a tranquil ambiance, characterized by clean lines and uncluttered spaces. Utilizing materials like wood, stone, and metal, the design seamlessly integrates with the rugged natural surroundings.

Thoughtfully designed communal areas, such as the living room and reading room, are intended to provide welcoming spaces for guests to connect and unwind. The finishes throughout the space remain understated and neutral, ensuring that the focus remains on the captivating outdoor views. Expansive windows frame the breathtaking mountain scenery, seamlessly merging the interior with the natural world.

Every facet of this small mountain hotel has been meticulously planned to foster a harmonious connection between guests and their awe-inspiring environment, offering a haven where simplicity harmonizes with the grandeur of nature.