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On the small island of Skeppsholmen, in the center of Stockholm, Hotel Skeppsholmen resides in two long buildings that date back to 1699, when “The Long Row” was built to house Sweden’s Royal Marines. The meticulously renovated historic landmark has partnered with iconic brands for the very best of contemporary Swedish cuisine, art, design, fashion, and music. Casually luxurious, ultramodern, and historically protected, this quaint design hotel gives visitors to Stockholm a taste of the old, a twist of the new, and a whole lot of charm.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
You wouldn’t expect that the driving force behind the distinctly Scandinavian Hotel Skeppsholmen is Italian. Alessandro Catenacci, CEO and Director of the Nobis Group, infuses the ambience of a private home, mixed with a Scandinavian sense of luxury, to many of Stockholm’s top restaurants, nightclubs, and hotels. “I sometimes look at myself in the mirror and think, ‘Am I really good at anything, or was it just luck?’”
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Founded in Stockholm in 1995, award-winning designer and architect trio Claesson Koivisto Rune run a multidisciplinary office with an equal emphasis on both architecture and design. Among their commissions are the Örsta Gallery building in Kumla, the Sfera building in Kyoto, and interiors that include the Operakällaren gourmet restaurant in Stockholm. For Hotel Skeppsholmen, the internationally acclaimed designers treated the project with sensitivity and grace, connecting the listed building’s maritime past with cool, contemporary design using a soft palette of grays and light colors. The result is an urban oasis loved by locals and visitors.