Client: Hyperion (ehemals Ramada) Hotel
Architect: Störmer, Murphy & Partner
The Hyperion Hotel in Hamburg was last component to be built within the scope of the urban development between Hamburg’s city centre and the HafenCity. Close to the Elbe, the four-star superior hotel provides 254 rooms and suites. One of the design challenges was the location between two main traffic axes. The response of brandherm + krumrey: optical calm and Hanseatic understatement.
Instead of using loud gestures, the concept focuses on a coherent appearance. Clear lines and black-and-white contrasts define the design of the hotel rooms. Orange shades and natural materials such as oak wood add homely touches. The flowing transition between the bathroom and the sleeping area generates an open spatial impression. The both reduced and high-quality ambience conveys a feeling of comfort. Guests are greeted by pleasant restraint.