Hotel Silken Puerta America

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Hotel Silken Puerta America in Madrid, Spain is a unique hotel designed by many artists and architects working together. The goal was to develop a “neverbeen- attempted-before project that has brought together nineteen of the top architecture and design studios in the world from thirteen different countries”.

Each level (12 stories) was designed by a different artist.

Each floor exhibits a different concept in hotel rooms.


Car park: Stimulus of colors by Teresa Sapey


Reception desk and meeting rooms by John Pawson


Restaurant: Latin inspiration by Christian Liaigre


Cocktail bar by Marc Newson


First floor: Sinuous lines, fluid spaces by Zaha Hadid


Second floor: Elegance and flexibility by Norman Foster


Third floor: Luxury and privacy by David Chipperfield


Fourth floor: An exercise in geometry by Plasma Studio


Fifth floor: Fashion which bedecks an interior by Victorio & Lucchino


Sixth floor: The luxury and comfort of simplicity by Marc Newson


Seventh floor: An interplay of sinuous shapes by Ron Arad


Eighth floor: Light in motion by Kathryn Findlay and Jason Bruges


Ninth floor: Boxes of colours by Richard Gluckman


Tenth floor: Japanese tradition by Arata Isozaki


Eleventh floor: Good vibrations by Javier Mariscal and Fernando Salas


Twelfth floor and penthouse by Jean Nouvel


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