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Maritime stories - interiors of Novotel Gdansk Marina hotel by Tremend studio

14 of September '21

A moment of relaxation in the modernly arranged lobby, a sip of refreshing lemonade in the atmospheric bar, then a stroll along the Gdansk Bay or a stroll through one of the most beautiful cities in Poland. A pleasant vision of a weekend getaway or a long-awaited vacation by the Baltic Sea is easy to materialize at the Novotel Gdansk Marina Hotel, whose common spaces have been given a new expression by Warsaw-based studio Tremend. Magdalena Federowicz-Boule, Paulina Szarzec, Marta Szymanowska, Aleksander Dymkowski and Klaudyna Czechowska were responsible for the interior design.

Guests of the Novotel Gdansk Marina hotel feel the holiday atmosphere from the very entrance. The colors of the sea, beach and sky evoke pleasant associations and allude to the seaside location of the facility. The hotel is located in Jelitkowo, well known to lovers of holidays by the Baltic Sea. From the facility it is only a few steps to the beach entrance. The interior design by the Tremend studio, close to nature, is conducive to relaxation. Marine accents in the decor, discreetly marked, introduce themes of travel and exciting adventure.

Fish&Gin bar

photo: Jakub Henke

The interiors of the common spaces, maintained in an eclectic style, are expressive, but do not intimidate with overly sophisticated decor, making every guest feel comfortable in them - casual, yet special. Arranged by architects from the Tremend studio, the common area includes: the lobby, with the Fish&Gin bar located in its center, a small reception area, conference rooms, including the multifunctional "Sea Room" with a wooden parquet floor, where events can also be held, a breakfast room and a children's playroom.

The hotel's reception area features references to nature. The green wall that forms the background of the counter works on the imagination of guests, directing their thoughts to pleasant moments in nature. Illuminating the counter, Boccia lamps, model 73, hung in a group, resemble clouds in the sky.


Photo: Jakub Henke

Thelobby - modern, decorated in soft loft style - is cozy and close to home in character, thanks to the curtains separating the various annexes and the pastel upholstery of the sofas and armchairs. In the lobby space there are many places to relax and socialize: a corner with tree-trunk tables that evoke the mood of a picnic by the water, an annex in the style of a summer afternoon in the garden, with rattan armchairs and a suitcase-shaped pouffe, or a large comfortable table with chairs and chairs suspended on chains that serve as swings, besieged by the hotel's youngest guests.


Photo: Jakub Henke

The breakfast room, with its distinctive design elements, such as double seats against the wall reminiscent of beach chairs, alludes to the hotel's seaside location.

breakfast restaurant

Photo: Jakub Henke

In the children's room, decorated in nautical style, little guests can play in a lighthouse or "sail" a boat. Under the ceiling, fishing nets hang as decorations, and on the sky-painted walls - sconces in the shape of clouds.

children's corner

Photo: Jakub Henke

In furnishing the public areas, designers from the Tremend studio juxtaposed products from leading Polish companies such as Noti, Fameg, Sits with furniture from foreign brands including Norman Copenhagen, Gervasoni 1882, TON. They took great care in selecting each design element. For example, in the conference space they used Aria 575 V chairs by Profim - thanks to the combination of plastic elements of the seat and back with a sleek metal frame, they are very light and comfortable. In addition to the products of the companies mentioned above, they also used furniture and accessories brands: Ethnicraft, Calligaris, Moma Studio, Ebb&Flow, Good&Mojo, DOKI, Bolia, Bloomingville.

Tremend Studio is a team of dozens of architects, designers and specialists in industries related to architecture and construction, which boasts more than 150 finalized conceptual, construction, tender and execution projects. The studio has in its portfolio various types of buildings, in addition to hotels, offices, shopping malls, public buildings and interiors. Hotel projects are an important branch of the studio's activities. Among them are hotels of the popular Ibis chain, the Renaissance Hotel on Granary Island in Gdansk, the boutique Rezydent Sopot MGallery Hotel Collection, Crowne Plaza in Warsaw or AC Hotel by Marriott in Krakow.

For more information, visit the studio's page {tag:Studio} on the A&B portal.

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