The Sleep Event in Europe fuses “inspiration, innovation and opportunities for the design, development and architecture of hotels across the globe.” Housed in London, this year’s event includes over 100 exhibits and the Sleepotel.

A big draw for this year’s event is The Sleepotel, a live hotel environment that allows attendees to see and experience real spaces designed by leading architects, interior designers and suppliers. This year Kohler was selected to design one of the seven spaces.

One our of designers, Megan Gordon, explains that she drew inspiration from seven of Kohler’s brands, and pulled them together to offer one complete solution. She incorporated Ann Sacks, Kallista, Baker, Mark David, Daryl, McGuire, and Kohler.

Dressed in chic black, the space blends sculptural design with bold geometric lines to give the space a clean, contemporary feel. The seemingly off-kilter Askew freestanding bath becomes the centerpiece of the bath, and brightens up the dark space.

The timeless Mark David bed brings chocolate hues into the mix, carried into the bathroom via towel color. Warm black Ann Sacks tile offers a natural and textural contrast to the sleek high-tech Numi toilet and wall-hung sink and vanity.

What do you think about this space? Are you a fan of contemporary design, or do you prefer something more traditional when traveling?