Redesigning the hotel room setting for Adagio
LISAA Paris Interior Architecture & Design students have redesigned the hotel room setting for Adagio aparthotels from a global design and service design perspective.
A COMPLETE CLIENT EXPERIENCE
In partnership with the aparthotel chain Adagio, fourth-year students in Interior Architecture & Design at LISAA Paris have reinterpreted the traveller experience from a hotel perspective by offering services that extend beyond the hotel’s walls. The overall concept incorporates a new layout of spaces and new services.
The wide scope of the subject enabled students to create connections with the outside world in keeping with hotel life and in connection with the city in which the hotel is located and the guest’s trip there.
FLEX, THE WINNING PROJECT OF THE ADAGIO CHALLENGE
The designers’ proposals had to adopt an interior architecture and global design or interior architecture and service design approach. They had to take into account customer use, as well the use of operators working the space, through ergonomics, intelligent layout and movement within the space. One of Adagio’s main requests was space optimization.
The winning project of the Adagio Challenge was FLEX by Larissa Kpadey. Flex is a unique room that can be personalised to a significant extent and can be transformed in the blink of an eye depending on the wishes and needs of the client. The furniture and kitchen are on wheels so that they can be moved easily and the user can configure the space as best suits them.