A Place for Art on Vacation…

Nowadays, Villa Munch and The Karl Lagerfeld Macau, two of the most talked about new hotels in the world, are waiting for guests who love art and feel privileged.

The summer house of Norwegian expressionist painter Edvard Much, who made his mark in art history especially with his painting The Scream, was opened to tourism last month after a long renovation. Located in the town of Hvitsten, an hour’s drive from Norway’s capital Oslo, and overlooking the unique views of the Oslo Fjord, Villa Munch is the expression of the artist’s colorful and rebellious inner world with its exterior architecture and interior decoration. It is known that Munch, who lived here, put his most important works on canvas and often went into seclusion here during his mental illness. For those who love to explore art and the lives of artists, this unique four-bedroom villa offers an extraordinary holiday opportunity on the cool Norwegian coast, especially in summer.

The hotel in Macau, designed by the unforgettable name of the fashion world, Karl Lagerfeld, is another surprise of the summer of 2023. The Karl Lagerfeld Macau, which has just opened its doors, displays the signature and vision of the legendary fashion designer with all its design, furniture and artwork in interior decoration, as well as its tower-shaped exterior building and architecture. carrying. Before Lagerfeld passed away in 2019, he managed to put all of his DNA into this particular project. Although he could not see its opening, this new address in Macau became one of the most talked about accommodation projects in the world, as the first and only hotel designed by Lagerfeld. The huge pool of the hotel, which consists of 271 rooms and suites, the Mesa restaurant delivered to the famous Portuguese chef José Avillez, and the reading area called The Book Lounge with 4,000 books, inspired by the library in the fashion designer’s house in Paris; among the features that distinguish the project… The magnificent sculptures by the award-winning artists Marcel Wanders and Jean-Michel Othoniel will find a place for themselves both in the rooms and in the common areas, and will keep Lagerfeld’s great passion for art alive in this very special hotel…

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