Zurich’s urban retreat, Atlantis by Giardino is home to Swiss luxury watchmaker, Hublot’s first-ever eponymous suite, Hublot 107.
Designed by Swiss company, Studioforma, the stylish suite spans 68 square meters and revives the theme of watches with its unusual design. It is comprised of one spacious living room, a master bedroom, two wardrobes and two private terraces.
‘The Art of Fusion’ is the guiding principle of the Hublot brand and can be found throughout the suite. The architectural layout of the suite embodies a concept of balance and features lavish fittings and textures to reflect the signature look and feel of Hublot watch boutiques. The suite is furnished with a sublime elegance reflected in the smallest detail. A refined combination of grey and black tones, the use of polished aluminium and black smoked mirror panels, alongside walls hung with grey velvet, all work perfectly together to encapsulate the chic, seductive lifestyle characterised by the Hublot brand.
The suite hosts a gem of technology – an innovative installation of a chronograph chandelier designed with a diameter of 1.20 m and a rainbow-coloured LED lighting system. The chandelier resembles an exploded view of the Hublot Unico chronograph. Its interactive technology empowers the guest to vary the colour and temperature of the light for setting the preferred mood and atmosphere in the suite.
The room also boasts custom Molteni sofas, which feature a similar design to the furnishings found in the brand’s boutiques, along with other furniture items from Molteni. Eye-catching contemporary Big Bang pop-art canvas screens in striking neon colours are distributed across a number of walls.
“This collaboration with the Giardino Group is Hublot’s first-ever with a hotelier. We’re are incredibly proud and honoured to partner with this exceptional watch brand. Our guests now have the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in Hublot’s world,” said Philippe Frutiger, CEO of the Giardino Group.