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Hapimag City Resort Hamburg – Products curated by JOI-Design

About the project: Hapimag Resorts are usually known from European holiday destinations – here we are dealing with one of the few city resorts that is characterized by the charm of a Hamburg apartment in the old town (and this year’s Holiday Check’s guests’ favorite hotel among the City trips excellent)

‚Shell Chair ‘by Carl Hansen (DK) – designed in 1963 by the Danish architect and furniture designer Hans J. Wegner and relaunched in the late 1990s. A classic as a statement for Nordic elegance.

Pendant lamp ‘Tress’ by Foscarini (IT) – as a counterpart, a contemporary pendant lamp that breathes a spark of modernity into the ambience and gives the dining area next to the kitchen a special touch.

Accent tiles by Antikbau Stawe (D) – the visitors’ thoughts surely wander in the direction of sailor stories when they brew a coffee in the pantry belonging to the apartment, because it is surrounded by traditional wall tiles with sailing ship motifs.

Washbasin ‘Etoile’ by Devon & Devon (IT) – the free-standing washbasin in the bathroom of the apartments is reminiscent of the past and underlines the classic approach that was followed in the entire project to create a reference to the history of the city with its old apartments.

Pendant lamp ‘Freiburg’ by Bolichwerke (D) – to underline the certain loft character, very uncomplicated individual pieces were added to the maritime classy style, such as the stool as a bedside table and matching the separately hanging pendant lamp with directed light in the industrial style.

Floor lamp ‘Caravaggio F’ by Fritz Hansen (DK) – a similar shape and yet a completely different style: the lampshades are related to the design language, but the floor lamp in the lobby has a tilted shade that deals with the topic with a wink and lends it a smile at the same time the desired lightness of the concept.

Type ‘Onkel Sofa’ by Normann Copenhagen (DK) – the cozy quality of stay in the public areas of the house is particularly emphasized by furniture like this.