Posted 6th May

Kaldewei chosen for Hotel Indigo Warsaw

6th May 2019 - 15:33pm
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Kaldewei has been chosen to supply products for the four-star boutique Hotel Indigo Warsaw Nowy Swiat in Poland, owned by the InterContinental Hotels Group and housed in the historic Smolna40 building, which was once the residence of Count Branicki.

The building was destroyed during the Second World War and rebuilt in the 1950s. A modern mansard roof and annex with wraparound glass and a terrace were later added based on a design by architect Bogdan Kulczynski.

For 11 of the hotel’s 60 bedrooms, Kaldewei has supplied its Puro bath, while the Superior Premium room features the brand’s freestanding Meisterstück Centro Duo Oval bath.

For the hotel’s remaining 47 rooms, Kaldewei has provided its Conoflat floor-level shower surface in the Lava Black and Alpine White matt shades from the brand’s Coordinated Colours Collection, with the anti-slip properties of Kaldewei’s Secure Plus finish.

Image source: Hotel Indigo Warsaw


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