Designer Patricia Urquiola responsible for the interior design of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel just opened in Barcelona. This project reflects the character, go to the cosmopolitan Mediterranean metropolis where the hotel stands, together with a seal which is obvious from the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. Simplicity linear building, which was once the head office of a bank, lends itself perfectly to the design, clean interior Urquiola. The balanced with room layout and furniture design, decorative ceilings and beautiful hand-woven carpets, reminiscent charm and big differences in classic hotel, everything has been carefully selected by Urquiola. Almost all the furniture has been specifically designed by the artist or adapted for the hotel along with famous names such as B & B Italy, DePadova, Flos and Moroso. From a chair-style Scandinavian restaurant Moments, sofa lobby, which has been adapted from Chesterfield traditional, carpet tartan to remind clubs that Gentleman’s days ago, which adorned the Banker’s floor bar, with a fully restored early 20th century table ironing France who serves as the center of the restaurant Blanc and lounges ; of each piece has been carefully selected or designed to give each place ninety-eight character. Light oak wood floors and large bespoke beige carpets add warmth while the bathroom, complete with a large walk-in shower, is decorated with mosaics by Bisazza Mutina and understood as a magic box colored glass. Perhaps the most spectacular element is the hotel’s design, a large rectangular metal grids suspended over a restaurant table, which allows for greater privacy. On top of this structure, a “hanging garden surprise” effect was created with the addition of a number of plants.The Banker’s Bar and Restaurant is located at the mezzanine Moments on both sides of Blanc. Colorful decor of Bar Banker’s features steel vault from the banks that previously occupied the site and are currently being used to decorate the walls. At Moments, directed by the prestigious chef Carme Ruscalleda, gold and yellow color in the yard predominate.The, otherwise known as Mimosa Park is one of the Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona treasure. Colorful mimosas and other outdoor plants abound, while a specially designed seat belt invite guests to enjoy al fresco moments retreat.A urban minimalist aesthetic is evident throughout the Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona. Dark wood detailing, black ceiling, white floor and the view was the dominant organic wet stone. metal blinds lead the guests to each of the eight treatment rooms are spacious and comfortable, where the contrast with the simplicity of sophisticated appliqués whole space. In the pool area, big screen hides Hammam bronze-green from view.