concrete

concrete develops concepts.
we develop them in architecture, interior design, urban development and brand development.

concrete unites people.
we work with a team of 46 multidisciplinary creatives as architects, interior designers  and visual marketeers to help businesses and institutions.

concrete loves provoking, confusing, philosophizing, scale models, haute cuisine, burgers, and (most of all) shattering dogmas.

concrete provides solutions. 
no grand theories or abstract ideas. just things that work.

concrete likes to let the work do the talking.

concrete develops concepts.
we develop them in architecture, interior design, urban development and brand development.

concrete unites people.
we work with a team of 46 multidisciplinary creatives as architects, interior designers  and visual marketeers to help businesses and institutions.

concrete loves provoking, confusing, philosophizing, scale models, haute cuisine, burgers, and (most of all) shattering dogmas.

concrete provides solutions. 
no grand theories or abstract ideas. just things that work.

concrete likes to let the work do the talking.

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Hotel Roomers Munich is designed to cater to curious
travellers who enjoy the flair and lightness of
contemporary design in a classic setting.

‘Seduction’, ‘surprise’, and ‘the unknown’ are the key
wordsbehind the design of the hotel. The warm golden
glow of the vast Vegas-like light canopy outside and the
neon logo attract attention and make visitors curious
about the life that hides behind the diffuse sheer curtains
along the facade.

Guests check in at the bar, and are
welcomed by a glass of champagne, inviting them to
relax and mingle in the lobby lounge instead of
disappearing to their room or the hidden Whiskey Room.

The amenities at Roomers are diverse, including several
event spaces, a restaurant, a restaurant, club and spa.
Another hotel feature is the Library, a place to withdraw
from the buzz and have a moment of peace and quiet
with a book.

The Whiskey Room is a hidden gem that only insiders
will know how to find. Behind a hidden door in the shelf
behind the bar,it features a ‘classic club’ setting submerged
in scarlet tones, red wood, and soft red panelling.

The hotel rooms themselves are layered creations of spaces
that interact yet separate themselves by sheer curtains and
furniture elements. They feature a series of scenes, or suite
en suite en suite, with glimpses into the consecutive spaces.