Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest Unveils Five Executive Suites

Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest recently completed the renovation of five panoramic corner suites; the design for which was led by Hungary-based Biva Atelier. Besides these five corner suites, a total of 15 Executive Suites are available to guests.

The five suites have huge bay windows in the living room, and offer a view of two streets, Deák Ferenc and Bécsi Street. Each suite is adorned with the works of Gyula Sági, a young Hungarian artist living in Berlin, and consists of a living room, a bedroom and two bathrooms. The cognac leather-covered sofa in the living room can be transformed into a bed. If the guest also books a room adjacent to the suite, they will receive a two-bedroom family suite—separated from the rest of the guest corridor and expanded with a lockable antechamber.

The vision of designers Szilvia Lőrincz and Bea Zsilinszky was to create an interior that fulfills the requirements of business guests as much as it does those of discerning leisure travelers in a contemporary, subdued but cosmopolitan design environment. There are separate working and resting areas, allowing for small business meetings to take place in the living room. The suites feature lights with adjustable intensity, sometimes hidden throughout, creating harmonious transitions within the suite.

The design creates exciting esthetics by pairing distinct materials. The Giorgetti armchair contrasts with the rest of the custom-designed designed furniture and echoes Lőrincz’s and Zsilinszky’s penchant for juxtaposition: the armchair blends Louis XVI and post-war American industrial design trends.

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