The expansion of the Swissôtel in Dresden meets the highest demands
In the old town of Dresden, between Neumarkt and Residenzschloss, a new city quarter is emerging, which moves in the time window between history and modernity. Client Baywobau Dresden is investing more than 90 million euros there in hotel and residential construction. The five-star Swissotel Dresden Am Schloss has opened its gates since April 2012 and has a highly modern ambience in an ideal location. Semperoper, Zwinger and Frauenkirche can be reached in a few minutes on foot. Many historical elements flowed into the new building. "Our guests," says General Manager Yvette Thüring, "are always amazed by the architecture of our house." The individual building and facade design based on historical models lead to a wide variety of room sections and views. The building ensemble has a dozen facades that are largely based on the original buildings.The hotel with its 235 rooms and suites is operated on the basis of a lease agreement and is committed to combining Saxon and Swiss elements in its offers. Interior designer Claudia Silberschmidt from Atelier Zurich and CM Design also embraced this concern, which, according to the historical model, did not lack accuracy and nobility.
Trending metal effects
In the interior design, high-quality materials from near and far were used, the processing of which requires skill and careful processing. Meissen porcelain was also used, as was Carrara marble and Swiss stone pine, which was obtained from Swiss stone pine. In terms of coloring, metallic effects are currently in trend, which can be applied efficiently as a result of the development of appropriate materials and techniques. They were also welcome at the Swissôtel in Dresden.
Shiny look, special flair
Elegance and shine accompany the guest on his further way. Because the corridors also got their special flair with the metallic-looking special coating Metallocryl Interior from Caparol, in which aluminum pigments provide the shiny look. The pure acrylic binder binds the aluminum particles tightly so that there is no "writing effect" on the surface. In the course of preparing the surface, Capaver AkkordVlies G40 K was glued to the wall surfaces and painted with the abrasion-resistant, environmentally friendly interior paint MattLatex. In the next step The heavy-duty amphiboline universal paint, which is particularly suitable because of the strong light reflection for dimly lit stairwells and corridors, was placed in the final Acceptance of the more than 3,000 square meters of wall space in the corridors had no complaints, noted managing director Jeschke with pride and referred in this connection to the good partnership with Caparol sales consultant André Wittwer The rooms furnished with the most modern equipment were also coated with G40 K accord fleece, matt latex.
Jeschke Maler-Bau-Service GmbH not only left her signature on the hotel premises, but also on one of the facades. When it came to color design and impressive illusion painting, the silicone resin facade paint AmphiSilan with nano-quartz grid technology was the first choice for long-term clean and brilliant colors. "Working in an exclusive hotel requires exclusive products and handcrafted services from us in every respect," says Managing Director Jeschke.