Blique by Nobis, a Design Hotel, opened in Stockholm on April 30.
The 249-room contemporary urban hotel is located in a 1930s warehouse originally designed by architect Sigurd Lewerentz.
The building, located in one of Stockholm's emerging neighborhoods between the gallery district of Vasastaden and the emerging Hagastaden district, was redesigned into the hotel by Gert Wingardh.
Amenities include a public courtyard with a resident food truck, diverse restaurants and bars and a rooftop terrace with city views.
One of the 249 rooms at the Blique by Nobis.
The industrial design aesthetic combines concrete, steel and exposed metal pipework and natural materials, such as leather, oak, velvet and wool, and classic Italian and Nordic furnishings.
Accommodations include 58 studio suites with kitchenettes, and the top-floor Studio Executive suite features a dining area overlooking the city.
Other features include a lobby with a transient exhibition wall; the Origo Bar; a Eurasian menu at Boketto, the hotel's subterranean restaurant and bar; and Arc, a fusion restaurant overlooking the city and specializing in Scandinavian seafood and Korean cuisine.
Events space, a 20-seat private cinema and a sauna and fitness area also are available.