What can a new 4-star hotel offer in Bucharest? Enormous high-tech spaces? Or maybe a classical décor, with rich ornamentation, starting from the not necessarily false idea that a 'classical' building is never old fashioned? In the case of the Christina Hotel the design solution does not fall under any of the mainstream types of recent years. On top of the formal architectural rigour and interior detail, there are cheerfully powerful colours with a touch of pop art, while the façades, in shades of grey and sienna, dutifully match the colours of the street. Its colours have become the hotel visual identity, warming the materials (tiles, Corian, plexiglas, mdf, stainless steel, glass) and balancing the lead and neon white light. The Christina is a project that we would class as coquettish; we have not intended an avant-garde concept to radically modify its function, but the use of contemporary material gives an advantage to achieve a quiet, spatially and chromatically balanced, comfortable space. Double (twin) remote control bed with special mattresses, large LCD TV, electrical curtain, and fancy cosmetics (Bvlgari for men & Chopard for women) are just some of the features of the rooms.