The new Postillion Hotel in Amsterdam has been created with the aim of making its guests feel comfortable and happy, so they can feel just as good as they do at home. Designed by the architect Etienne Bouten, from B+B  Interieurarchitectuur , they have selected Capdell designs for the common areas, lobby, restaurant and rest of meeting areas. Chairs, stools and armchairs that provide a friendly design for meeting spaces that promote the exchange of ideas and pleasant conversation.

Specifically, our Moon Light chair is one of the defining elements in the interior design of this hotel. In the first design – orange with a skid base – it fits out the meeting and work space in the hotel lobby, providing comfort and aesthetics; design by Gabriel Teixidó.

Also, Nix by Patrick Norguet, a piece that won the GOOD DESIGN AWARD. A piece that brings together comfort, versatility and elegance through an iconic design that combines the work of solid wood and the curved plywood 3D spherical geometry.

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Another one of the chosen chairs is She by Carlos Tíscar, a piece with an internal geometry made of subtle contrasts that brings together vertical lines with other that are on a slight slope. With a solid oak wood structure and a padded seat and chair back.

In the common areas, the interior designers have chosen Concord stools by Claesson Koivisto Rune.

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However, there’s no doubt the chair that can be seen most in the hotel is Moon Light, which clearly shows how functional it is in gastronomic spaces, such as the latest project on which we have collaborated: the Parrilla Albarracín restaurant in Zaragoza and Pelayo Gastro Trinquet in Valencia. We can also see it in light grey, in the rest area, where guests can take a break from their daily comings and goings.

This hotel, with voice-controlled rooms, has identified the differential value provided by both design and technology for the guests’ experience. An aesthetic hotel option that makes guests feel good when far from home.

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