Plasma Studio is formed by the architects Eva Castro (born in Argentina) and the German Holger Kehne, a young studio which managed to participate in this project upon winning a contest.
An exercise in geometry
The lobby and hallway is a three-dimensional space that will leave spectators astonished. The premise: to surprise guests by forcing their usual conception of space. If you have a preconceived notion, toss it out; it will have nothing to do with what you think. Both spaces are resolved using large pieces of stainless steel and geometrical shapes reminiscent of a spaceship. The sensation of a fictitious work is reinforced by a play of different coloured lights emanating from LED, creating a sensorial tour where the only thing that counts is the guest’s intuition.
The same steel from the hallway gives shape to the shower, the bathtub, the headboard of the bed and the desk, which unfolds one after the other, all arranged along the same wall. The bathtub is made of glass, and the divider separating the bathroom from the room is also glass and is upheld on its own structure. This is a young, dynamic space which challenges the guest to touch it, to discover each and every nook and cranny.