The latest addition to the Nobis Group, Miss Clara Hotel opened its door last year, taking over a former private girls school originally built in 1900. Named after the original headmistress, the grand art nouveau site received a full makeover courtesy of Swedish architect Gert Wingardh. Seven storeys have been rebuilt using sustainable materials, keeping the original structure intact and preserving as many original features as possible. The 92 rooms work with a typically restrained, minimal Scandinavian approach. Two key elements stand out, natural light exploited by frosted glass doors and wide windows, and those beautiful dark herringbone parquet floors, setting the color palette for the entire room. The owners describe "the authentic craftsmanship, beautiful aesthetics and solid raw materials," that mark the entire build. The work of local sign-makers Holmquistsign demonstrate the careful approach taken by the hotel, your average corporate stop this is not.

Miss Clara Hotel: Sveavagen 48, Stockholm, Sweden.

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