Teresa Sapey isn’t at all unfamiliar with the design of a hotel. She’s designed the interiors for Veracruz Plaza in Valdepanas, Spain and managed to turn a carpark into a colourful and graphic delight in Madrid when collaboratively working on the Hotel Puerta América Project (see the KE-ZU blog post here).
Turning her hand to Barcelona’s Hotel Pau, the interiors are a juxtaposition from the facade, maintaining its protected colonial aesthetic and construct. The renowned designer and architect has once again utilised large digital prints to personalise the spaces and has specified organic rounded cut out shapes to offset from the geometric pops of colour of the striped flooring and walls.
Sapey strategically placed the Adan stools and Chemistubes vases designed by herself for Spanish manufacturer Vondom – available for viewing in the KE-ZU showroom (see the KE-ZU blog post here to give the hotel has a new lease on life delivered from the talented Spaniard.
See a video of the newly designed Hotel below.