Sustainable experiences at Sweden’s biggest hotel

Gothia Towers will strengthen its allure with focus on timeless design and sustainability. They are assisted by the architectural firm Wingårdhs and Input interior, and in a first step they’ve renewed 80 hotel rooms.

Together with Wingårdhs, Input interior is involved in the project to develop one of Europe’s biggest hotels, Gothia Towers in Gothenburg. In the first stage of the renewal, 80 hotel rooms on floors 12–15 of Gothia Tower’s central tower have been completely renovated.

Wingårdhs, with David Regestam as the commissioning interior designer, has developed the concept, and Input interior has been responsible for procuring, delivering and installing the furnishings in the rooms, which have now been upgraded to the new room category ‘Premium’.



Attention to detail and smart, conscious choices permeate the interior. Furnishings should last over time and if something breaks, it should be easy to replace or repair. In each room, the view is framed by a long sofa with bag storage underneath to reduce wear and tear. In a specially designed storage wall, the minibar is conveniently accessed and working business travellers sit comfortably at a desk niche.

“Gothia Towers is a secure player in the competition and dares to be what they are: persistent, self-evident and robust. The new rooms are a continuation of that and exude self-assurance and relaxed elegance. Natural material choices and furniture will be able to age and acquire patina over time, which is truly sustainable,” says David Regestam at Wingårdhs.



“An exciting project”

Linda Jorfors, who has acted as Project Manager for Input interior, adds:

“It has been an intensive and exciting project to work on. High demands have been set – both in terms of time frame and quality, and together we have managed to achieve a very good result,” says Linda Jorfors.

The collaboration between Gothia Towers and Wingårdhs together with Input interior is now continuing, with plans to update the hotel’s lobby already underway. New restaurant concepts will be launched and the various lounge areas will be reviewed and renewed.

“It’s an exciting project to be involved in and it feels extra inspiring that our work with Gothia Towers and Wingårdhs leads to new experiences for everyone who visits the largest hotel in Sweden,” concludes Linda Jorfors.

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