||||||||||||Vast proportions in the lounge make for a dramatic setting|The design plays off the building’s history giving eccentric twists to traditional features|We designed our plasterwork but made it enormous|Prowling leopards and jumbo plasterwork in the reception corridor|The restaurant incorporates emerald-green upholstery with materials such as wood, brick and white panelling|A glass-enclosed fireplace links the lounge to the courtyard|The colour scheme is a modern take on historical palettes||Restful bedrooms temper the exuberant common areas|Hotel Zoo is based around the corner from the Berlin Zoo|||
10 Feb 2015

Powerstrip Studio’s Hotel Zoo in Berlin

Words by Jenny Brewer

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