2016 Senses ROOM

  • Senses ROOM Capsule - 2016

    The accessibility concept room


    Take a look at the SENSES ROOM from 2016.

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    Starting from the standards of universal design, the Senses ROOM focuses on two principles: accessibility of people with a disability and assistance to families wishing to share their rooms during their stay with their children.


    Coming up on the space
    Initially a bedroom spanning 25 sqm, the capsule has been extended to become a 72 sqm suite designed around the theme of the “Five Senses of the Senses ROOM”. On a level with the standards of international prestige and palace hotels, the greatest attention is given to the choice of technology and materials used in its composition.

    5 days of the exhibition, 5 senses, 5 handicaps, but also 5 special features throughout the show. From light therapy to colour therapy, music therapy and wellness, you can also discover a mini fitness room, a housekeeping service and even a professional concierge service.
    In the Senses ROOM, stock up on ideas to make your establishment more accessible to people with disabilities and to their families!

    Several brands have chosen to support this project: Gébérit, Zucchetti for taps, RKF for household linen and Dedar for wall fabrics and coverings.


    The designers
    The Senses ROOM is the work of Francis van de Walle. A leading specialist in the luxury hotel business, he is supported in this project by 3 other designers: Antonia Maggiar, Régis Botta and Laurent Monestié.

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