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Hotel Mono stands out along Mosque Street, in Singapore, with its black and white shophouse front, maintaining its heritage while giving its interior a contemporary makeover. This independent establishment houses 46 rooms, and its bold, modern design strives to attract the new gen of foreigners and locals looking for a special edition place to stay through the night. Get to know this hotel interior design and feel inspired by the minimalist monochromatic vibes:
Designed by studio Spacedge and located in the Chinatown neighborhood in Singapore, this boutique hotel is almost entirely black and white, with very few colors in nude tones to accent the space.
In this hospitality interior design, there are no two rooms equal, but they all share one bold and multi-functional feature: a seamless metal bar parallelled to a line drawn in the air that functions also as a coat hanger and light fixture.
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Also sticking to its monochromatic palette are the mosaic tiles planted in each room, emphasizing Hotel Mono’s signature geometric style. Clean lines and neutral colors carefully enhance the minimalist beauty of each interior design space.
A double room here starts from $160 per night, while a room accommodating a family of four starts from $300 per night. This is the perfect example where exclusive design and affordable prices can work together on the same project.
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