The Hotel Hemera in Podgorica, Montenegro, takes its name from the ancient goddess of light, and for this reason, part of the hotel has been fitted with Fabbian lamps. The building is a blend of rustic, industrial design and hi-tech elements that make the rooms so unique and refined. The guest rooms are extremely sophisticated and elegant.
The modern furnishings have details of pure luxury, from the velvet used for the curtains and the bed linen to the rugs, and the grandiose prints used to cover entire walls.
The lamps chosen to enhance these details are taken from the Beluga Steel collection: hanging lamps are used to shed illuminate the bedside tables of king size beds, or the TV counter, while wall lamps with arms are used to shed light on the decorated walls and the headboard.
Arch. Virginia Kavraki
Lighting Designer: Igor Strugar