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Contemporary Chandelier Brings Warmth to Miss Clara Hotel Bar

Written by Samantha | 2/10/17 4:16 PM

Architect Gert Wingård has transformed what was once an all-girls school into one of Stockholm’s most coveted getaways. The Miss Clara Hotel, named for the first headmistress of the former school, embodies a minimalist aesthetic, drawing influence from the Art Nouveau period of the early 1900s, when the building was originally constructed.

Despite extensive renovations, the building still sports original stairway banisters and windows, preserving the stunning architecture that has been in place for the past 100 years. Throughout the last century, many changes have been made within the walls of Miss Clara Hotel, but modern functionality incorporated with timeless design plays a key role in every inch!

Inside the bar, a Niche Quill 5 Contemporary Chandelier with Amber Aurora glass adorns a seating area. The honey-colored hue of our signature Amber glass complements the rich leather chairs and brings warmth the the otherwise gray-toned interior. The bold angles and refined details, like square tubing, define this chandelier, making it the perfect centerpiece in this popular gathering space. The addition of our handmade fixture adds to the hotel's environment, which merges timeless charm with the flexibility of modern expression, a combination which will help them remain a number one destination in Stockholm for a long time to come.

Have you found yourself in Sweden? To learn more and book your stay at Miss Clara, click here!