Mama Shelter Hotel in Belgrade
The interior of the Mama Shelter Hotel in Belgrade was styled by São Paulo-based interior designer Jalil Amor, who had previously worked at the architectural offices of Jean Nouvel and Philippe Starck in Paris.5 Sep 2019
Amor's design evokes the rich history of Serbia's capital city and its centuries-long legacy as part of the Ottoman Empire. The hotel's expansive restaurant and lounge area, for instance, features a mix of oriental patterns with a modern twist and creative pop art elements. Brightly colored round stools from Zollanvari's "Mafrash Home Décor Collection" serve both as comfortable seating and stunning eyecatchers. The collection itself is made up of one-of-a-kind mafrash coffers designed to be used as stools, tables and chests. The coverings are made from old fabric carry bags hand-woven by Ghashgha'i and Luri nomads using kilim, soumak and ziggurat techniques.
For its flat-weave fabrics with their elaborate three-dimensional structures, Zollanvari uses the finest high-country wool from Iran's Zagros mountains. The hand-made "carpet stools" make a key contribution to the relaxed, creative atmosphere of the Mama Shelter’s rooms. The exquisite textiles from which the stools are made are thus cleverly repurposed and used sustainably.
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