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Ibiza openings 2018 – The newest hotels and restaurants

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Part of the Ibiza openings calendar for 2018 are not only the famous clubs, but also many new hotels and restaurants. Here are my personal favorites!

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7 Pines Resort

 

Seven Pines Resort Ibiza will open its doors this May and will be the perfect place to unwind in a calm and private setting. Its name is derived from its location: on a clifftop on the edge of a pine forest which borders the sea, on the west coast of the island (which also means the best sunsets). From here, you can also appreciate unobstructed views of the legendary Es Vedrà and easily access beaches such as Cala Conta and Cala Codolar. The all-suite resort has, instead of bedrooms, full-on mini-villas, some of which have private pools and gardens. Seven Pines’ facilities also include a number of fine restaurants, expansive meeting, event space a sprawling spa which offers relaxing treatments along with meditation, yoga, and Medical Aesthetics. The resort’s mission, as defined on the official website, is a bold one: “Seven Pines’ aim is to respect the unique culture and character of this very special location by integrating local Mediterranean elements into the property itself.  A tailor-made offering and service: You define your luxury experience, we will guide you through it.” Seven Pines Resort is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World.

Ibiza Openings 2018 - Los Patios - Nook Twelve

Ibiza Openings 2018 - Los Patios - Nook Twelve

Los Patios

Los Patios stole my heart last year when I first saw a sneak peek of the place on Instagram. For those who seek a more balanced life, better food, great company and loads of creativity, this is the place. It’s an oasis on the island, away from mass tourism, open year-round and reserved for hedonists who call Ibiza home. Launched by the South African collector, publisher, and philanthropist David Leppan, Los Patios will be pampering guests with a couple of seasonal, all-organic restaurants and bars between olive and lemon groves. The Michelin star-winning chef Peru Almandoz has created a different menu for each of the two restaurants. El Comedor is set to become a place to gather, to mingle and to enjoy delicious food and drink dining experience with produce from organic and sustainable farms. At El limonar the outdoor kitchen prepares barbecued meats, a menu of salads and the naughtiest of summer desserts. The combination of its unique setting and sublime gastronomy makes summer nights an experience for the senses. Also, the freshly baked bread and pastries will be made in the in-house panaderia. Basically, all you could ask for in one place.

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Cubanito

Cuban style, modern comfort and the sparkling sunsets of San Antonio Bay – a winning formula for the brand new Cubanito Ibiza. Part of the Concept Hotel Group, this adults-only hotel takes its interior design inspiration from the vibrant Miami neighborhood of Little Havana where Cubans relocated from the 1950s onwards, mixing Art Deco and Colonial architecture styles together. Each room pays tribute to Cuban musicians, actors, and artists from a multitude of disciplines, highlighting Cuba’s cultural contribution to the world. The Group’s signature touches make a welcome return in the form of SMEG refrigerators, Marshall speakers and an in-room bar to start the night with a bang. Set in a tranquil spot next to the beautiful beach of Cala Gració, you are just a short walk from the center of San Antonio and the famous Sunset Strip.

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Paradiso Ibiza Art Hotel

Just as Cubanito, Paradiso is part of the Concept Hotel Group and is located on the main avenue of San Antonio Bay, in an idyllic enclave near the best beaches on the island. The hotel has an eye catching dramatic exterior, redolent of Miami’s South Beach and is decorated in pale pink pastels and lavender. 60 artists of all kinds of disciplines have come together to create a distinctly stylish offering in the area. Guests can chill elegantly in the tropical garden with pink pool and submerged sunbeds or recline on one of the Balinese beds on the delightful pool terrace. Each of the rooms at the Paradiso has Marshall speakers, Smeg fridge and a very colorful furniture characteristic of the 70’s.

 

For more Ibiza openings for 2018 have a look here

Photos and renderings by 7Pines, Los Patios, Cubanito, Paradiso

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Aynhoe Park – A living museum of art and curiosities

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Aynhoe Park is not just another 17th-century home. It is a country house of stories and surprises – a place where the extraordinary happens every day.

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Behind every door and around every corner, Aynhoe Park has something remarkable to reveal. A polar bear in flying goggles. A pair of plaster caryatids. The tardis. A giraffe balloon-lifted to the ceiling. A wall of vintage globes. An alligator waiter…

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Just 50 minutes from London, Aynhoe Park sits amid the hamlets and patchwork pastures of Oxfordshire, on the edge of the Cotswolds. Here, within the medieval village of Aynhoe, the unique country house is a countryside sanctuary promising relaxation, celebration and escape from the everyday.

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Aynhoe Park was originally built in 1615, but it has been rebuilt, remodeled and embellished many times since then, as time, tragedy and the imagination of its owners changed its face across the centuries. The site itself has been in use since the 12th century, becoming home to the cartwright family. Just 30 years later, Aynhoe Park was all but destroyed in the civil war and required rebuilding from scratch. In 2006, James Perkins bought Aynhoe Park following the dissolution of the country houses association, which had converted the building into a number of flats.

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In the years that followed, Perkins undertook the monumental challenge of restoring Aynhoe. The original Jacobean style rubs shoulders with Palladian grandeur and baroque opulence, all set within private landscaped gardens and parkland planned by capability brown over 250 years ago. The 28 bedrooms and suites of Aynhoe Park are all shrines to opulence and individuality with a nod to history in each. From grand Georgian parlours with wallpapers to get lost in, to bodice-straining boudoirs with colonial flourishes, every room has a personality of its own – as well as spacious bathrooms, cosy robes and sink-into-me soft beds.

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The house is a living museum of art and curiosities, filled with pieces both priceless and playful, all acquired by Aynhoe’s owner over the course of his travels. An avid collector of the historic, the unusual and the beautiful since he was very young, Perkins has turned Aynhoe Park into a repository of stories told in objects and artworks. His collection of plaster is one of the largest in private ownership, ingeniously juxtaposed with modern design features, contemporary art, taxidermy and sculpture to create unforgettable otherworldly interiors. In 2012, a sale at Christies raised more than £3.5m from Aynhoe Park’s art and antiquities, inspiring Perkins to launch the “A modern grand tour” online shop, where Aynhoe’s collection of fine art, modern design and exclusive editions is available to invest in for the first time.

Photos and info Aynhoe Park | For bookings www.aynhoepark.com.uk

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Aynhoe Park - Nook Twelve

Aynhoe Park - Nook Twelve

Aynhoe Park - Nook Twelve

Aynhoe Park - Nook Twelve

Aynhoe Park - Nook Twelve

Aynhoe Park - Nook Twelve

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Roomers Hotel, Munich, Germany

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Roomers is Munich’s newest hotel – a unique place with unlimited possibilities.

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The first thing you notice on arrival at Roomers is the swathe of over 2,000 lightbulbs that line the ceiling of the porte cochère. This is backed by a full-length window that frames the energetic symphony of chefs in the double open kitchen at Izakaya, the hotel’s Japanese restaurant.

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The hotel’s vibrancy continues inside, where the Amsterdam-based design studio Concrete has created a cosy lounge lobby with a curved central bar. That pulls double duty as a check in desk with muted leather sofas, modern mid-century-style chairs, marble coffee tables, dramatic pendant lighting and lots of knick-knacks, such as self-service sweet jars, that are revealed in an avocado palette with brass accents.

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The 281 spacious and comfortable guestrooms upstairs are similarly furnished, while some of the suites are anchored with a deep-soaking tub in the bedrooms. Atmospheric interior combining design and warmth. Modern art that creates a sensual and cozy atmosphere. The perfect backdrop for special moments.

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The property is located in the Westend, an up-and-coming low-key neighbourhood. The city centre with its abundance of restaurants are just minutes away, but it hardly makes sense to leave the hotel, when Izakaya Asian Kitchen & Bar serves such an inventive Japanese-Peruvian menu. You may remember it from my post about Sir Joan. Izakaya is the modern inspiration of a small traditional Japanese restaurant. The cuisine: Japanese with South American influences. From Amsterdam, a venue for special occasions. Sushi, Sashimi or Osume. And quintessential: Sakana, the fine-tuned menus with small portions. Also reccomended: scallops dressed with a truffle and mushroom sauce or the perfectly crisp sweetcorn tempura. Japan is just a few steps away from the room.

Rommers is part of Autograph collection Hotels by Mariott and Gekko Group.

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roomers munich hotel - nook twelve

roomers munich hotel - nook twelve

Info and Photos Roomers Munich | For bookings www.roomers-munich.com

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Suq. Unconventional Sicily – Stories about beauty, territory and culture

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Suq is an editorial hybrid, a fusion between a travel diary and a photo album that aims to present ad share the underlayer of an island that has been paralyzed by the symbols of its folkloristic iconography for too long.

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Suq is like a breeze in late spring.

It’s freshness on a frosty morning. Touching the cheeks, giving you goosebumps.

Making you nostalgic.

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Suq is a startup founded in Sicily by a group of creatives and travelers who one day decided to explore the island’s unconventional heritage. A heritage made of places, people, businesses, arts, and symbols that are currently hidden. A heritage made of everything we can touch, but also of everything we can only feel when we’re in touch with our senses. So only at first sight it may seem like a magazine, because it’s actually photography, story, emotion, journey, nostalgia, desire, and beauty, that of a new culture and a new way of seeing and experiencing Sicily.

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In a country where footprints are wiped out by the wind, in order to exist one has to keep on impressing his tracks on the path. To go on the bare rock, to listen, to observe. To travel.

This quote sums up perfectly the whole idea behind Suq. And is my favorite one.

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I knew I would be nicely surprised, it’s something you just know. Sicily has a sentimental place in my heart and finding out about this project made me extremely happy. It’s not every day you stumble upon things like this here, unconventional. Suq shows the other side of Sicily, the unexplored and authentic one. The graphic design is by Nomad Studio, the creative director behind the project is Francesco Cusumano. The magazine is available online at suqmagazine.com and selected stores in Italy in both italian and english.

 Suq Magazine Unconventional Sicily - Nook Twelve

Suq Magazine Unconventional Sicily - Nook Twelve

Suq Magazine Unconventional Sicily - Nook Twelve

Suq Magazine Unconventional Sicily - Nook Twelve

This post is not sponsored. It aims to promote and support a project that we truly love. <3

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Casa Cook – Kos, Greece

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Casa Cook Kos, on the sun-kissed Greek isle of Kos, is the rustic chic sister of the Instagram & Pinterest star, Casa Cook Rhodes.

After Casa Cook Rhodes’ wildly successful debut last year, the creative director Remo Masala reunited Michael Schickinger of Berlin-based design agency Lambs and Lions, and interior designer Annabell Kutucu, to design the next property.

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Local architectural firm ARC has housed the Grecian resort’s 100 rooms in a series of white-washed pavilions, the low height of the silhouette an ideal frame for the looming mountains and the white sanded beach and rolling dunes. In the main, the design favours outdoor living, whether the wall-less grass thatched communal pavilions or the shaded private porches, gratifyingly, a feature of all the rooms. The interiors are dressed in shades of grass, charcoal greys and hessian, and Coco-Mat mattresses, whilst the rough textures and polished concrete floors all conspire to encourage one to pad around shoeless and sport progressively darker shades of tan.

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The food benefits from the devotion of both owner Gabriel Karathomas, and his chef to freshly farmed produce, all consumed in the Greek paréa or communal-style dining pavilion, while activities range from twice-daily yoga sessions and horse rides through the nearby salt lake, to long naps.

Photos and Info Casa Cook | For bookings www.casacook.com

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Casa Cook - Kos - Greece - Nook Twelve

Casa Cook - Kos - Greece - Nook Twelve

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Rainforest Residense in Noosa National Park, Australia

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Rainforest residence is the perfect caption this home immersed in the treescape and seascape.

Tucked away in the foliage of Australia’s Noosa National Park, this rainforest residence is an epitome of tropical tranquillity. The once disconnected 1980s holiday home has been refurbished by Mim Design as a modern sanctuary that encapsulates its idyllic surrounds, aptly named ‘Edge of the Rainforest’. It is a place of retreat to relax, slow down and enjoy life’s simple pleasures.

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Across three levels Mim Design have revamped both the exterior and interior. The primary focus of the design process was to be considerate of the tropical environment, first addressed in the layout. Mim Design reworked the home to accommodate an expansive kitchen and a basement entertaining area, topped with a fourth bedroom and ensuite. Of course at no stage were the lush surrounds forgotten, instead they’ve been built into the kitchen clear glass splashback and linked by the balcony extension. The black-frame windows capture both the view of high palm branches and undergrowth, with unobtrusive shutters to appreciate fresh air and filtered natural light.

Rainforest Residense Noosa National Park Australia - Nook Twelve

Rainforest Residense Noosa National Park Australia - Nook Twelve

Stripping away the artificial and privileging the coastal throughout, Mim Design have complemented the striking greenery from the outside with a palette of the neutral and navy. To attune the home with its beachside locale, the interior relies on the smoothness of marble, smoked oak floors and white lining boards as joinery. It is a refined reflection of easy living and the perfect blend of shared and private, speaking with refreshing comfort in soft furnishings. There is no lack of quiet space, with cosy nooks ready for you to curl up, reflect and rejuvenate.

Photography Andrew Richey | Info Est Living

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Rainforest Residense Noosa National Park Australia - Nook Twelve

Rainforest Residense Noosa National Park Australia - Nook Twelve

Rainforest Residense Noosa National Park Australia - Nook Twelve

Rainforest Residense Noosa National Park Australia - Nook Twelve

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The Lisboans Apartments, Portugal

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The Lisboans Apartments  is a collection of 15 design apartments located in Lisbon, Portugal.

The Lisboans opened just 12 months ago in a restored 19th century canning factory in Baixa district. Conceptualised and designed by two former ad industry art directors Isaac and Tania, Marta – an architect, and Marisa – a lawyer.

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Their design synchronicity makes these apartments the perfect home away from home. A sense of family is carried throughout the guest experience at The Lisboans. The team were determined to create a place with a strong sense of home, somewhere to share their passion and love for Lisbon. From the minute you arrive in the lobby – where the team have a small office, and where music is spinning on vinyl – you are made to feel instantly welcome. The young, creative, dynamic team is super fun, friendly and passionate about the city they call home.

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Whether you’re seeking a short or long term stay, The Lisboans’ light-filled and self contained apartments make them a perfect choice. With endless thoughtful and carefully considered design touches throughout, their apartments are simple yet beautiful. Art has been sourced from all over the world. Furniture has been designed especially by the team and made locally in the north of Portugal. Antique Portuguese tiles (azulejos) line the floor of each bathroom, each a different colour and print. Handwoven blankets adorn each of the beds – each with a unique colourway and custom made in the oldest and most renowned wool factory in Portugal’s Alentejo region.

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The best bit though? The breakfast bag that is left on your door each morning filled with a bottle of freshly squeezed orange juice and some fresh bread and pastries. There is already milk and butter and jam in the fridge, and granola in the pantry. Nothing has been forgotten here. Every single tiny detail here has been thought of.

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And soon The Lisboans’ team will be opening their very own farm-to-table restaurant and grocery store next door. The boutique grocery store is filled with dark-wooded and green interiors, and an incredible green/white printed wallpaper from England. Sharing the same name, ‘Prado’ (meaning meadow), these two new additions will make The Lisboans one of the city’s hottest places to be right now.

The Lisboans Apartments - Portugal - Nook Twelve

The Lisboans Apartments - Portugal - Nook Twelve

The Lisboans Apartments - Portugal - Nook Twelve

The Lisboans Apartments - Portugal - Nook Twelve

Words Georgia Hopkins | Photography The Lisboans | For bookings click here

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WabiSabi Culture – An ancient Japanese experience in Italy

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WabiSabi Culture is a place dedicated to peace, meditation, contemplation and meditative art.

WabiSabi is a place where you can pacify the mind and body and balance the energies in an atmosphere of ‘wabi’ natural and ‘sabi’ transient beauty. At Wabisabi you can spend your relaxation holiday or regeneration weekend, enjoy a relaxing Japanese bath or enjoy organic green tea in a natural and harmonious atmosphere.

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The receptive structure is an example of Italian-Japanese Rural Bio architectonic integration and consists of 3 stone and wood houses. The bio-restoration that lasted 6 years, followed the rules of green building by using colored sand, plaster and straw of barley and wheat, beams of wood, bamboo, cork to insulate and isolate, pebbles and stones to outline the external routes.

Ima is the living room where you can bask in front of an imposing fireplace made ​​of solid oak, lying on a comfortable futon covered by Vintage indigo boro fabric while tasting a fine Japanese Sencha green tea.

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Ryokan – Japanese definition given to the old country inns

The Ryokan is nested in a forest of pine trees, maples, peonies, wisteria, lavender and cosmos flowers, arranged on three levels connected by stone paths and a small lake inhabited by colorful koi. In the cozy and warm inside you can experience the lifestyle of ancient Japan. All rooms have precious traditional tatami (straw mats cleverly woven by master craftsmen of Kyoto) framed in elegant forms that together form a comfortable and healthy floor, natural space to roll out the practical cotton mattresses futons that once used are folded and put away to leave the room cleared and suitable for other activities. In fact, in the ancient Japanese tradition, the rooms are dedicated for different purposes, representing the impermanence of the activities and the emptiness of the spaces. The smooth lighting in the rooms is by the magic Tsuki-Moon Washi handmade paper lanterns.

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The Japanese have opened the path to prosperity with an ancient ritual of beauty and purification of body and soul. Ofuro is almost a religion in Japan, it is no coincidence that we find in the Shinto religion, the origin of the Japanese bath. Ofuro at the Ryokan WabiSabi has been designed and assembled by hand by a master craftsman from Tokyo. The Ofuro is made by Hinoki wood with knots (Japanese cypress), fine and fragrant essence of the Kiso Valley. The essential oils of Hinoki released by hot water are helpful to reduce stress. Ofuro are part of the Japanese ritual of bathing and are not used for washing but for relaxing. Washing is carried out separately outside and only when completely clean you can enter completely nude. Japanese have no problem bathing together nude, so if you’re not comfortable with this, it’s probably best to skip the experience.

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At WabiSabi you can take part of the many courses and activities such Sado (Tea Ceremony), Ikebana – Chabana (or Kado, the path of flowers), Origami, Shodo, Meditation, Tibetan Buddhism, Tantra di Kalacakra. You can also receive cuddles from some of the fifteen adorable cats or Peo, the dog.

It’s a unique place in the heart of Italy, in the Marche region, one of a kind in Europe. From our experience we can strongly recommend a visit.

WabiSabi Culture - Italy - Nook Twelve

WabiSabi Culture - Italy - Nook Twelve

WabiSabi Culture - Italy - Nook Twelve

WabiSabi Culture - Italy - Nook Twelve

WabiSabi Culture - Italy - Nook Twelve

WabiSabi Culture - Italy - Nook Twelve

WabiSabi Culture - Italy - Nook Twelve

WabiSabi Culture - Italy - Nook Twelve

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The Krane – An all black experience for two

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Looking for a completely unique experience for you and your partner to share? Check into THE KRANE.

A modern, minimalist hotel for two, The KRANE, is located in an old coal crane on the Nordhavn harbor in Copenhagen. Owner Klaus Kastbjerg and architect Mads Møller from Arcgency retrofitted the crane so that it’s become a multi-sensory experience for anyone staying there. Plus, the raised crane offers panoramic views of the city, harbor, and sky, that are unlike any other.

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Set over four storeys, the structure, which takes its cues from its industrial Nordhavn home, features a ground floor reception area (complete with a concierge service and complimentary BMW i3), a spa with treatments such as charcoal facials and a top floor penthouse boasting panoramic views of the harbour. THE KRANE also offers itself as a meeting room for anyone who wants to rent it out.

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The interiors are dressed in dark coal-black shades, with smart wall-integrated furnishings. They effectively create a blank canvas to highlight the carefully selected Menu pieces curated by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen of Norm Architects. Meanwhile, leathers, wood and stone all conspire to exude a masculine mood that eschews any expected Scandinavian finishes. The architect worked with Dinesen for the black flooring, ceiling, and walls, which are all covered with Douglas planks that were finished with a special ‘megablack’ oil for its rich, saturated look. The result is a grown-up atmosphere that fits perfectly with Menu’s mature take on Scandinavian design.

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

Photography Rasmus Hjortshøj

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The Krane – An all black experience for two

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Looking for a completely unique experience for you and your partner to share? Check into THE KRANE.

A modern, minimalist hotel for two, The KRANE, is located in an old coal crane on the Nordhavn harbor in Copenhagen. Owner Klaus Kastbjerg and architect Mads Møller from Arcgency retrofitted the crane so that it’s become a multi-sensory experience for anyone staying there. Plus, the raised crane offers panoramic views of the city, harbor, and sky, that are unlike any other.

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

Set over four storeys, the structure, which takes its cues from its industrial Nordhavn home, features a ground floor reception area (complete with a concierge service and complimentary BMW i3), a spa with treatments such as charcoal facials and a top floor penthouse boasting panoramic views of the harbour. THE KRANE also offers itself as a meeting room for anyone who wants to rent it out.

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The interiors are dressed in dark coal-black shades, with smart wall-integrated furnishings. They effectively create a blank canvas to highlight the carefully selected Menu pieces curated by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen of Norm Architects. Meanwhile, leathers, wood and stone all conspire to exude a masculine mood that eschews any expected Scandinavian finishes. The architect worked with Dinesen for the black flooring, ceiling, and walls, which are all covered with Douglas planks that were finished with a special ‘megablack’ oil for its rich, saturated look. The result is a grown-up atmosphere that fits perfectly with Menu’s mature take on Scandinavian design.

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

The Krane Copenhagen - Nook Twelve

Photography Rasmus Hjortshøj

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