Hotels are no longer just about providing luxurious spaces, the Puls One hotel in Berlin embraces a quirky hip vibe that provides an alternative to the array of heavily appointed hotels in Berlin. The hotel rooms reflect a raw creative feel drawn from the local scene in Neukoelln. The rooms showcase re used and salvaged materials & avoid the use of dividers. The main unit can be used as a cabinet for clothes, as a storage unit and also as a kitchenette. It changes its orientation and the shape and type of its openings depending on the relationship with the areas it serves. For instance, it provides shelving for toiletries and towels next to the bathroom, but also serves as a cupboard and storage unit for suitcases at the entrance area. The central piece of furniture is conceived as the bed, but it also creates a bar area with stools next to the kitchenette. There is a container for the third bed which can be divided in to three modules that are three individual seats. Thus, it also changes its shape depending on its position in the space and the function that it is closer to. The wood bar next to the window can be used as a desk but can also be used as a dinner table on a warm evening: when the window is wide open, one person can sit inside and the other outside. Talk about a clever use of space!
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