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Das Triest’s cross-vaulted rooms are clues to the building's former life as a coach station used by travelers on their way from Vienna to Trieste. Combining elements of imperial elegance with sober modern lines, the interiors of the 72 rooms and suites here, perfectly conceived by Sir Terence Conran, convey a picture of unity and warmth that is decidedly inviting. Designer highlights in the guestrooms include Casteglioni's high-arching standing lamp and a Knoll table and chair set by Warren Platner. Porthole windows, railings, and flag motifs throughout the hotel underline the nostalgic link to the port of Trieste.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Austrian architect Peter Lorenz and British interior designer Sir Terence Conran have teamed up to create Das Triest, housed in a former coach station that stands out against the prevailing late 19th-century Art Nouveau façades of the area. Preserving a handful of original structural elements, the architect and designer decided to combine austere lines with imperial elegance. Cross-vaulted rooms and spacious suites offer a luxury that nods to the building’s heritage, while designer pieces—from the likes of Conran himself, Artemide, B&B Italia, Casa Milano, Philippe Starck for Flos, and handmade pieces by Wittmann—delight contemporary design connoisseurs.