ART HOTELS: MADRID-ART

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Preferite l’high-tech di Norman Foster, il futurismo di Jean Nouvel o le scelte asimmetriche di Zaha Hadid?

Al Silken Puerta America di Madrid non avete che l’imbarazzo della scelta, visto che ogni piano è stato progettato da un architetto famoso.

 Difficile definire questo albergo a cinque stelle, non lontano dal centro città, dove il concetto è di sviluppare e stimolare i cinque sensi.

 Infatti i 19 gruppi di artisti o archistar che hanno collaborato hanno scelto colori, forme e materiali diversi a seconda del loro gusto e suggestione per arredare, stravolgere, a volte plasmare i suoi 12 piani.

Ristoranti e bar dell’hotel rispondono agli stessi criteri, compresi il Lágrimas Negras, diretto dallo chef Ivan Saez, che propone rivisitazioni gourmet delle tradizionali ricette spagnole, da smaltire magari davanti a un cocktail, da sorseggiare sul panoramico Skybar.

 

Do you prefer the high-tech Norman Foster, Jean Nouvel and the futurism of the choices asymmetric Zaha Hadid?

The Silken Puerta America in Madrid have not spoiled for choice, as each floor was designed by a famous architect.

  Difficult to define this five-star hotel, not far from the city center, where the concept is to develop and stimulate the five senses.

  In fact, the 19 groups of artists or superstars who have collaborated chose colors, shapes and materials depending on their taste and charm to decorate, upset, sometimes shaping its 12 floors.

Restaurants and bars meet the same criteria, including the Lágrimas Negras, directed by chef Ivan Saez, which offers gourmet reinterpretations of traditional Spanish recipes, to be disposed perhaps with a cocktail to sip on the rooftop Skybar.

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