The Hoxton Charlottenburg draws on Berlin’s brutalist and art nouveau architecture

The Hoxton hotel has opened its first German outpost in Berlin‘s Charlottenburg, with interiors designed to blend the contrasting architectural styles that rub shoulders in the affluent neighbourhood.

Located just off the Kurfürstendamm shopping street in West Berlin, the 234-room hotel was styled on a cross between the area’s Jugendstil mansion blocks and the comparatively rugged concrete buildings of the brutalist era.

The Hoxton has opened a hotel in Berlin

The result is an aesthetic concept that the company’s in-house design team AIME Studios has dubbed “rough nouveau”.

“By drawing inspiration from the surrounding area and celebrating the contrasting styles, we were looking to create a unique interpretation of this

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