The Edmund design clusters all the hotel necessities like a bed, bathroom, and storage space into a jigsaw-like mass that mimics the form of a snow-capped mountain. In contrast to the light wooden unit, the walls are painted in a striped green pattern inspired by the colors of a cactus garden. Asymmetrical bright magenta rugs and large tropical plants reinforce the surreal setting.
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The highlight of the unit is the “pinnacle bathtub” accessible via a small flight of stairs. A small garden of cacti and succulents are located atop the mountain peak alongside the bathtub. Guests can also wash up in the attached waterfall-like shower. The tiny Edmund room is designed to accommodate two persons at a starting rate of 129 Euros per night.
+ Jasper Eustace
+ Jos Blom
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