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A city treasure has been revitalized. Behind a celebrated edifice lies Miss Clara, a sleek hotel with a palpable sense of heritage at its core. The chic intermingling of marble bathrooms, furniture installations, and contemporary riffs on the building’s Art Nouveau history come courtesy of architecture firm Wingårdhs, who have honored the property’s historic significance. A lively bar and restaurant reinforce Miss Clara’s position in Stockholm’s evolving City district, while a sauna readily buffers the din of this lively city.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
You wouldn’t expect that the driving force behind the Miss Clara by Nobis 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
Originally designed in 1910 by Swedish architects Hagström & Ekman, Miss Clara by Nobis is housed in what was once Sweden’s largest girls’ school. Arguably the city’s most cherished Art Nouveau façade and interior, it has been impeccably restored by renowned Swedish architecture firm Wingårdhs, who kept the original Art Nouveau elements beautifully intact. High ceilings, expansive windows, and grand rooms maximize sunlight yet retain a warm and personal atmosphere. Solid raw materials—such as limestone, oak, and natural leather—are favored here, as is authentic craftsmanship seen in the in-room storage units and luggage storage. Classic features like wood paneling retain their timeless charm and functionality with an added modern expression. “You might say that we’ve started from the lines of the original architecture and elaborated them in a kind of abstract, modern day Art Nouveau,” Wingårdhs explains.