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DIN interiorismo | Hotel Kron

Interiors DIN interiorismo | Hotel Kron

DIN interiorismo | Hotel KronInteriors are the essence of the space and it is by walking through them that all the details that give form to its personality are discovered. Finishes and materials are a wide universe of possibilities and the secret of DIN interiorismo is to find the perfect balance between them. Each space has to be designed according to the user and the activities that will take place in it, such as: sleeping, taking a shower, relaxing, enjoying, etc.

DIN interiorismo | Hotel Kron

© Arturo Chávez

DIN interiorismo | Hotel Kron

© Arturo Chávez

Therefore we like to think that we create tailor made suits, studying very well the purpose of the project and this way we make each one completely different, with its own solutions and approach. The inspiration for the interior design of Hotel Kron is time and each of its details was thought for it to remain still during the stay of the guests.

DIN interiorismo | Hotel Kron

© Arturo Chávez

DIN interiorismo | Hotel Kron

© Arturo Chávez

Representative images of mechanical and digital clocks are the accent of movement and texture located in the different walls and finishes around the bed. The result is an attractive contemporary comfort to let time go by.

Location: Mexico
Design: DIN interiorismo | Aurelio Vazquez
Project name: Hotel Kron
Year: 2011
Photographer: Arturo Chávez
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