Blique by Nobis
Hotel - Stockholm
Stockholm’s Hagastaden quarter is the creative hotspot of the local scene and also an attraction for visitors. There could not be a better place for a hotel that combines local color with a relaxed cosmopolitan flavor.
The Blique by Nobis is located in a former industrial building that almost takes up a full block. In the 30s, it was developed by the famous architect Sigurd Lewerentz and was redesigned by the awarded architecture studio Wingårdhs.
The compelling design concept combines aesthetics with functionality: concrete and steel convey an urban flair and remind of the old industrial building. Warm materials like leather and wood as well as a color palet of soft grey tones create contrast and coziness, Selected designer pieces and custom made furniture give the hotel an individual charm.
Guests and locals meet up in the public spaces of the hotel. These are located around a generous patio with food truck and include two restaurants and three bars – one of them on the great roof terrace with a lovely view of the Swedish capitol.
The local art scene is guest on the live stage and the exhibition area.
Sigurd Lewerentz (original building) and Wingårdhs Architects