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Der Dachboden, Vienna

The name, “Dachboden,” meaning “attic,” is the central theme of the space, translated into a spatial design that is easily understood by all.

As the name suggests, the 8th floor of the 25hours Hotel – located by the museum district in Vienna – sits directly under the roof of the building and offers spectacular views of the city.

Concrete floors, partitions made of wood planks, vintage furniture and other discoveries can be found here – as you would expect to find in any well-stocked attic in Vienna. These collectibles are combined with furniture designs created by Dreimeta, who also designed the rest of the hotel. Contrasts, eclecticism and handpicked, unique items provide a homely atmosphere where guests can enjoy a good coffee or spend the evening with a glass of wine.

Credits

Architecture
Dreimeta GmbH & Co. KG (Interior Design)

Investor/owner
25hours Hotel Company

Client
Private

Year of completion
2015

Location
Vienna, Austria

Total area
271m2

Site area
485m2

Photos
Steve Herud

Project Partners

Geberit, Ideal Standard, Laufen, Bolero, Tonalite, Articima, Freiraum GmbH & Co. KG, Zehnder

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