We find recreation away from everyday stress by exposing ourselves to the stress of travelling. Consequently, it is all the more important that hotels subsequently provide an oasis of quiet and relaxation. Hotel interiors conducive to deceleration are characterised by relaxing, unobtrusive basic atmospheres.
The objective of deceleration is to find peace of mind and balance. For a hotel this means: offering places of retreat providing few stimuli as well as creating space suiting individual needs. Deceleration interiors are distinguished by a relaxing, unobtrusive basic atmosphere.
Bright natural shades, applied tone-in-tone, support soft colour and material moods. Untreated, natural looking surfaces with delicate structures avoid sensory overload. Accentuations are subtle and come from the blue-green colour spectrum, while earthy-dark shades round off the colour harmony. Furnishings are as restrained as the overall design vocabulary.