Palazzo Rainis, originally a private coastal villa built around 1900 for the pharmacist Giovanni Rainis, has been transformed into a luxurious boutique hotel by one of Croatian’s best renowned architectural studios Atellior from Zagreb. The facility consists of 16 rooms and public spaces represented through combinations of Neo-classical & contemporary design.
Our project brief included developing and supplying FFE items and textiles (curtains) for both rooms and public spaces.
The design of the restaurant chair dates back to the revolution in the history of bentwood black-stained chairs created in the 19th century, enriched with Vienna rattan on the back.
As part of the reception area, we have a timeless Targa sofa from Wiener GTV Design’s collection, again with the bent beech structure holding the wide seat cushion and the upholstered backrest has a woven cane edge with an ellipsoidal element, and the NORR11 Nomad lounge chair made of sustainable bamboo stained in black and rattan on the seat and back.
All rooms have been fitted with extremely comfortable armchairs upholstered in soft & smooth green velvet fabric. The curtains throughout the hotel are a combination of an elegant white sheer curtain and a two-tone blackout curtain.
Palazzo Rainis has deservedly joined the collection of ‘Small Luxury Hotels of The World’.