Romanian interior architecture studio inSIGN, part of the Noblesse group, has been selected by the owner of the Radisson Blu hotel in Bucharest to develop the interior design concept of the rooms for a potential expansion of the hotel, one of the top five-star hotels in the Romanian capital. The studio won this contract after an international selection process.
“Being accepted as an interior design studio by the owner of the Radisson Blu hotel in Bucharest is a recognition of the creative and technical competencies that we have developed, which allowed us to reach a level comparable to big international studios,” said Loredana Preda, CEO of Noblesse Group International, the company said in a press release.
inSIGN has already finalized the room concept and has set up two room mock-up models, combining the contemporary style with luxury touches.
The Noblesse group is one of the biggest luxury furniture retailers in Romania and owns the Noblesse Palace in downtown Bucharest.
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