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里斯本梅莫王储花园酒店

Memmo Príncipe Real Lisbon

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春季的里斯本是个适宜漫步的地方,淅沥的小雨给这个一贯阳光灿烂的城市带来一些出其不意地浪漫。如果不想在Alfama区偶遇太多游客,上城区的Príncipe Real王储花园一带倒是十分理想。这里四处覆盖着茂密的绿植,异国情调的设计和别致精巧的餐厅在其中隐隐绰绰,雨后则更加清幽。

顺势向上走到山头,一条石灰岩铺成的道路又将人引了下去,以为这便是路的尽头,走下去却是一方富有设计感的灰白色建筑,线条凌厉干净,一侧与毫无遮挡的里斯本风光相依,如同浮在半空中。这栋洁白的四方形建筑却是王储花园一带的第一家五星级酒店,Memmo Príncipe Real梅莫王储花园酒店。

Príncipe Real这片地区是里斯本上城区的一部分,因葡萄牙玛利亚二世王后的第一个儿子曾居住于此而得名,以不凡的设计和精巧的细节闻名葡萄牙的酒店品牌Memmo,也以“王储”命名,在Príncipe Real南端的山顶建起了品牌的第三家酒店。

Memmo的创始人Rodrigo Machaz说:“我们处于一个梦想的行业,而不是睡觉的行业。”因为被山顶上的风景迷住,Rodrigo联合建筑师Samuel Torres de Carvalho,将原本的一座老旧马术中心推倒夷平,在上面重新搭建了一间充满传统工艺之美的现代酒店,葡萄牙对手工技艺不朽的精神也在其中得到了充足的印证。

建筑师Samuel尤以对现代设计的呈现著名,在葡萄牙长大的他同时深谙历史的更迭变迁,于是在设计酒店时也精妙地将现代与传统结合起来。酒店四层通体以白色石膏覆盖,中间楼层则使用明亮的落地窗和工业风的黑色结构,平衡了石膏的粗粝感,整体通透而视觉感鲜明。转而,设计师又运用葡萄牙古老的建筑材料石灰岩,将其铺成道路把客人引入这座现代化建筑之中。

一进大堂欢迎客人的是王储的画像,代表了这片地区所特有的象征。它是原19世纪王储肖像的再创作,来自葡萄牙的当代艺术家 Carlos Barahona Possollo。 有趣的是,这幅画将王储所佩戴的项链以及文件上的内容变成了 Memmo 的Logo变色龙,王储所看向的地方也变成了从酒店望去的里斯本风景。选择这样一幅画作为名片,可见酒店对不同元素相融合的独特玩味。

大堂的地面也由石灰岩铺就,致敬葡萄牙的传统石工业。抬头可以看到前台墙面上一幅巨大的石膏雕花作品,由酒店委托陶瓷艺术家Iva Viana制作。Iva以王储花园地区最著名的花园和茉莉花为灵感, 在其中运用葡萄牙19世纪宫殿的天花板石膏线脚塑造技术,她说:“对‘手工制作’的迷恋,以及现代产业材料和传统石灰铸造技巧的相互碰撞,启发了我把过去和将来融合”。

把变色龙作为酒店Logo实在有些奇特和可爱,实际上,变色龙代表着酒店可以完美融入所在地的特性,同时也暗
示着里斯本丰富变幻的色彩。如果仔细看,还会发现Memmo的变色龙被一圈圈的细线填充着。住过梅莫王储花园酒店,我们发现这个Logo的确是酒店的最佳代表,因为它真的深藏当地风格,色彩丰富,并且细节满满。

酒店外观所带来的现代和冷酷,在穿过橡木条围起的曲面庭廊时得到缓解,从楼梯上去,到达房间后,一开始的冷酷和凌厉则瞬间转化成了色调温柔的惬意。 41间客房与酒店整体现代简约的风格保持一致。灰绿浅草绿鹅黄浅棕,自然系的色彩运用营造了舒缓的气氛,同时又不会过度的暖化而破坏其优雅现代的调性。橡木条的运用贯穿房间始终,从床头板到定制家具,再到隔离空间的推拉门,给房间增添了一丝东方韵味。黑色线条框起的落地窗与酒店外观呼应,将里斯本的城市景观和塔霍河风光收入囊中。

房间内部同样展现了独一无二的手工技艺。灯具来自海边小镇 Marinha Grande的玻璃工匠,酒店在其彻底停产前及时D订做了最后一批,以此纪念葡萄牙曾经自豪的玻璃制造业。洗手间内的花砖全部来自一所古老的房子,酒店将它们重新拼凑,时光的痕迹展露无余。

房间内的洗护用品来自阿玛尼,盥洗台上的手工香皂和定制皂盒是酒店留给客人带走的小礼物,而房间里还有一个更为神秘的礼物,藏在沙发上的绿色毡帽下。酒店会将里斯本的活动推荐以及门票留在帽底,向客人伸出“邀请”,到里斯本其它的好地方转转,来更好地认识这个城市,这样的细节真是有新意又有情意。

”Memmo”是“回忆”之意,以此作为品牌名,酒店希望客人在离开时能够把这里独特的气息声音画面和感受带回去,成为美好的回忆。梅莫王储花园酒店给我们带来的记忆是多维度丰富而深刻的,我们已经开始期待,下一次Memmo的另外两家酒店会制造怎样的回忆呢?

The springtime Lisbon is a good place for a stroll, and the drizzle brought some surprising romance to this always sunny city. If you do not want to encounter too many tourists in the Alfama district, the Príncipe Real in Bairro Alto is very ideal. This area is covered with lush green plants, exotic designs and chic and sophisticated restaurants, and more quietude can be expected after the rain.

After going uphill to the top of the hill, a limestone paved road leads people down again, just when you think that this is the end of the road, a greyish white building awaits when you walk down again. The lines are sharp and clean, and on the other side, there is no shelter; blending with the Lisbon scenery, it is just like floating in the air. This white, square building is the frst fvestar hotel in the Príncipe Real area, Memmo Príncipe Real.

The area Of Príncipe Real is part of the Bairro Alto district.It was named after the first son of Queen Maria II of Portugal who once lived here. The Portuguese hotel brand Memmo, famous for its extraordinary design and exquisite details, also named after the Prince Royal, built the brand‘s third hotel on the top of Príncipe Real‘s southern hilltop.

Rodrigo Machaz, founder of Memmo, said: ”We are in a dream industry, not a sleeping industry.” Fascinated by the
scenery on top of the mountain, Rodrigo joined forces with architect Samuel Torres de Carvalho, pushed down an old
equestrians riding centre, and a modern hotel full of traditional craftsmanship was built on top of this, and Portugal‘s spirit of handmade craftsmanship is also duly verified.

The architect Samuel is famous for his presentation of modern design. He is from Portugal and familiar with the
changes of Portugal, and he also delicately combined the modern and the traditional in the design of the hotel. The
hotel‘s fourstory building is covered with white gypsum, while the middle floor uses bright floortoceiling windows and a black structure of industrial style to balance the gypsum‘s rough texture and achieve the overall transparency and visual clarity. In turn, the designers used limestone, an ancient Portuguese building material, to pave the way into the modern building.

A portrait of the Royal Prince welcomes the guests in the lobby and it represents the unique symbol of this area. It is a re creation of the original 19th century Royal Prince portrait by contemporary artist Carlos Barahona Possollo from Portugal.Interestingly, the painting changed the necklace worn by the Royal Prince and the contents of the document into Memmo‘s Logo a chameleon. The place where the Royal Prince looked at also transformed into Lisbon landscape from the outside of the hotel. Choosing such a painting as a business card shows that the unique combination of different elements in the hotel.

The ground floor of the lobby is also paved with limestone and pays tribute to the Portuguese traditional stone industry. Looking up, you can see a gigantic plaster carving artwork on the front wall, commissioned by the hotel‘s ceramic artist Iva Viana. Iva is inspired by the most famous gardens and jasmines in the Royal Princes Garden area, and uses techniques from Portugal‘s 19thcentury palace‘s ceiling plaster molding. She says: ”The fascination with ‘handcrafts‘ and the collision of modern industrial materials and traditional lime casting techniques inspired me to integrate the past and the future.”

The Chameleon is a bit bizarre and lovely as a Hotel Logo. In fact, the Chameleon indicates that the hotel can perfectly integrate into the local site. It also implies the rich and varied colors of Lisbon. If you look closely, Memmo‘s chameleon is filled with multiple thin lines of circles. After staying at Memmo Príncipe Real, we found this Logo is indeed the best representative of the hotel, because it really is deep in local style, colorful, and full of details.

The modernity and coldness of the exterior of the hotel was eased when passing through the curved oakstriped vestibule. From the stairs up, upon arriving at the room, the coldness and fierceness at the beginning turned into a gentle and pleasant tone. The 41 rooms are in line with the overall modern minimalist style of the hotel. Gray green, light green, yellow, light brown, the use of natural colors creates a soothing atmosphere, but also doesn‘t destroy its elegant modern tone by overwarmth. The use of oak strips throughout the room, from the headboard to custom furniture, to the sliding door separating the space, adds a touch of oriental charm to the room. The floortoceiling windows framed by black lines echo the exterior of the hotel and capture all of Lisbon‘s cityscape and Tagus River scenery.

The interior of the room also exhibits a unique craftsmanship.The lamps come from the glass artisans of the seaside town of Marinha Grande. The hotel made a final order before it was completely shut down to commemorate Portugal‘s once proud glass manufacturing industry. The tiles in the washroom all come from an old house, and the hotel reassembles them, preserving the traces of time.

Toiletries in the room were from Armani. Handmade soaps and custom soap boxes on the washstand were small gifts the hotel prepared for the guests. There is a more mysterious gift in the room hidden under a green felt hat on the sofa. The hotel will keep Lisbon‘s event recommendations and tickets at the bottom of the hat, extending an ”invitation” to the guests to go to other good places in Lisbon to better understand the city. Such details are new and affectionate.

”Memmo” means ”memory”. As a brand name, the hotel hopes that guests will be able to bring back the special atmosphere,sound, pictures and feelings when they leave and have a beautiful memory. The memories brought to us by the Memmo Príncipe Real are multidimensional, rich and profound, and we have already begun to wonder, what memories will be created in the other two hotels in Memmo

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