Hotel Royal Bissolati - reception and back counter of the bar -
A back counter made out of wired glass and a brass serves as the frame of the concrete wall in the back of the entrance hall. The reception desk is a brass ribbon that extends itself and becomes the path of the stairway that leads to the restaurant at the lower floor.
It is possible to overlook the lower floor from Via Bissolati thanks to two slab openings and wide glass windows that when open hides inside the ceiling giving the possibility to link and bring together both floors
and the exterior.
Three floors host 32 new rooms that adapt themselves to the existing building generating 18 different types of rooms, that have in common equipped, unstructured and slight walls that when in use produce hollow and filled areas that recall the sculptures of Fausto Melotti.
Room Interior - view towards Via Bissolati -
Brass, Canaletto Walnut wood, black leather and Venetian Terrazzo flooring made out of pebbles from the Brenta river are the materials used in the hotel. Precious materials used in a simple way.