Condé Nast Traveller has voted Budapest the “second best city in the world”, so take a mini-break, visit the Ritz-Carlton and check out our wood.
Owners Marriott International commissioned B3 Designers to create a standalone restaurant out of an under utilised breakfast room. As any hotelier will confirm, the big challenge is always to draw patrons in from street level, and to do this they needed to create a casual, independent space, yet one which still embodied the elegance and classic style of the hotel itself. Since most of the buildings internal classic architecture is protected, they decided to mirror it with elegant furniture and a material pallet of rose gold, marble, velvet and walnut.
Havwoods are frequently suppliers to B3 and this prestigious application was no exception, utilising pre-finished Versailles panels and reclaimed Venetian Lagoon Oak chevrons laid in a Hungarian point formation.