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PARADISO Ibiza Art Hotel sets the mood for a new holiday experience enriched by an urban art and performance programme curated by artist Iñaki Domingo and photographer and filmmaker Diana Kunst.
One of the core features is the Adda Gallery Ibiza, a contemporary space curated by Anna Dimitrova. Located in the lobby, the glass-walled Zero Suite hosts a programme of micro-residencies where renown artists who don’t mind being seen from all angles can create their interventions. The hotel has also its own contemporary Art Library.
PARADISO Ibiza Art Hotel was designed by Spanish studio Ilmiodesign which took inspiration from MiMo – a.k.a. Miami Modern – the style famous for its unique summer vibe, candy-hues and stylised facades. The hotel’s exterior’s and simple design recalls Miami Beach Art Deco buildings. Coloured lighting and pastel details contour and dress stark white volumes.
The guests rooms come in various sizes and are decorated in pink, green and yellow. Vibrantly coloured furniture inject powerful energy clashing with the candy-hued walls. All rooms feature artworks by prominent artists such as Marcos Torres, Pau Sanz i Vila and Thani Mara, as well as Yoko Honda and Marylou Faure.
The lobby features a pink floor and ceiling, and central desk with green mosaic tiles, and a large banquette upholstered in bright red. At the centre of the pool area, an Art Deco style pink cocktail bar divides two rectangular swimming pool, each surrounded by cabanas and loungers.
All photos by Adam Johnston – Courtesy of PARADISO Ibiza Art Hotel.
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