Hotel Royal corridors

Elegance on the move

Hotel Royal corridors

Elegance on the move

41, Lausanne street, Geneva, CH, 1201

This hotel honors the contrasting combination of heritage and innovation. Inspired by a neoclassical architectural style it offers a cocoon of homely warmth and voluptuous comfort. We had already taken care of the project of the rooms. This year we completed the renovation of all the corridors of building A et B. 


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    Project Assessment
    Focus on customer needs, concept and budget.
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  • Project management
  • Economic Analysis
    Design study defines a correct and sustainable budget.
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  • Engineering
    Comprehensive and detailed engineering for every item.
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  • Detail drawings
    Shop drawings for the production of the items.
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  • Prototyping
    An early representation of an idea solution.
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  • Production and quality control
    Monitor on each phase and quality guaranteed.
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  • Purchasing
    Local artisans and famous brands for competitive prices.
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  • Logistics
    Optimize delivery times and costs so as to meet clients’ deadlines.
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  • Complete fit out and installation
    Strong direction, dedicated teams to respect the timetable.
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    Customer lifetime approach
    We don’t leave our customers alone.
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Key points

Project-assessment- Gitaly contract


We were commissioned by the client to develop a concept for hotel Royal corridors. We listened to the client’s needs and wishes to develop a moodboard explaining the intention that we wanted to achieve and then a detailed project. We realized the project also for all the rooms present in these spaces. This initial phase was followed by a study to identify all project elements. Then we proceed with the definition of the budget.

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Given the complexity of the project and the multitude of technical elements present, we realized the sample corridor. For us this phase means “building to think”, learning in a tangible way from the process and the result. In this installation a series of apparently invisible steps on the result were experimented with the aim to improve the process and timing. In fact, the realization of the sample corridor allowed us to make some technical precautions, to test the validity of the solutions conceived and to establish a modus operandi for the installation. This last aspect was fundamental to respect the customer’s planning.


The neoclassical, refined, elegant style is the leitmotif of this project. The aim was to make these spaces more modern while maintaining a link with the other hotel spaces. The key elements that characterized the aesthetics and functionality of the project were the materials, the coverings, the doors and the lights. We opted to insert the wallpaper with gold frames instead of boiserie to obtain a similar effect without closing space, the LEDs embedded in the baseboards recreate a diffused light and give brightness to a space without natural light. This project is also characterized by the high presence of technical elements. The hatches in the ceiling were designed one by one by our technicians starting from the reliefs made on site, as well as the cabinets for the electrical panels and the hatches that can be inspected. The refined style was also considered to design the different rooms such as the lobby in front of the conference room, the area in front of the elevators. For these spaces were chosen and realized furniture with sober and elegant design, opting for materials such as brass, wood, marble and bronze. The result is spaces that ensure the passage between the different areas without interrupting the style and atmosphere. 

Project challenge

Aesthetics VS functionality

The main challenge of this project is to find a balance between technical functionality and aesthetics. From a technical point of view, the corridors must ensure fire safety, accessibility for all guests and compliance with regulations. Moreover, in these spaces are inserted a series of technical devices such as electrical panels for which special solutions must be studied to integrate them into the project. In terms of aesthetics, the corridors represent the first significant visual impact for guests. The choice of materials, such as flooring, wall coverings and furnishings, must reflect the hotel’s brand and provide a pleasant and welcoming experience. In addition, acoustics is a crucial element: corridors must minimize noise from rooms and common areas, ensuring a peaceful environment. Our team of technicians, architects and designers worked closely to find this balance and create spaces optimized from every point of view.


Months of realization

Time saving

Financial saving

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41, Lausanne street, Geneva, CH, 1201


Hotel Royal Corridors

Elegance on the move

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