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There’s a new concept that travelers planning on going to the french capital need to become familiar with. Especially those who still don’t know where to stay in Paris. Brabbu introduces you to Koti. It means “home” in Finnish and is an amazing new way of conceptualizing the common hotels. See inside these beautiful accommodations with a perfectly minimalist Scandinavian design. You will definitely love this new Paris hotel.
Located inside the project space of the Institut Finlandais, 33 rue du Sommerard in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, Koti is a living art installation celebrating the Finnish home. As cottages are part of this installation, they are open to public viewing during the day.
Cottages are available for guest use between 6 pm and 11 pm. During the afternoon, from 1 pm to 6 pm, Koti is open to the public as an art installation. And, as Finnish people do in their own homes, Koti guests should remove their shoes when entering Koti.
Styled to be both private and communal, the hotel was conceived by Linda Bergroth, a designer based in Helsinki and Paris. There are 6 cottages (2 single, 1 twin, 2 double, 1 family), altogether 12 people at once.
The hotel’s spruce timber houses each accommodate up to 12 guests and are arranged around a shared breakfast table. Accents on the houses are painted in pastel shades of green, blue and pink.
According to Curbed, the hotel is part of Mobile Home 2017, which celebrates 100 years of Finland’s independence. But if you want to experience the hotel, you’ll have to get Paris asap. Koti is temporary lodging that will only be in the City of Lights for 100 days until May. It will then become part of a joint showcase is Helsinki.