Executive Room Charles and Ray Eames
Executive Room Charles and Ray Eames

Charles & Ray Eames


{Charles Eames, June 17, 1907 (St. Louis, Missouri) - Ray Eames, December 15, 1912 (Sacramento, California)}




In our Torel Avantgarde, we pay tribute to the duplicity and complicity of the couple, through one of our hotel rooms in the Executive category.

In this room, with a double or twin bed, we represent their origin - Morocco, the couple's passion for African art, and the fact that they are lovers of literature, through the design and accessories chosen for the room, the red carpet and the books that incorporated into the decor.

The choice of white for the walls represents the simplicity, without compromising the luxury, of its designs. They worked a lot with wooden panels, a material that we chose to incorporate in the bathroom.


In addition, they sought to create functional, good, and accessible designs for anyone, an idea that is represented through the plastic element.

Finally, we honor the couple using their most famous design: the Eames lounge chair.

Executive Charles & Ray Eames:

  • 23 m2;
  • Twin bed;
  • Occupancy: up to two people;
  • Offer Nespresso coffee and water throughout your stay.


Please also check the other rooms in the Executive category: Francis Bacon, Joan Miró, Kazimir Malevich, Oscar Wilde, Niki de Saint PhalleEileen Gray, Oskar Barnack, Ferdinand Porsche, Alberto Giacometti, Man Ray, Le CorbusierAnais Nin, Nikola Tesla, Astor Piazzolla e Maria Helena Vieira da Silva.


Charles and Ray Eames were a fun, friendly and creative couple of American designers, who made groundbreaking contributions in the fields of architecture, furniture design, industrial design, manufacturing, and the photographic arts.

The “Eamesian” understanding of design is more of a solution than a luxury – an industry as important as art.


Some of their main works:

  • La chaise;
  • LCW- Lounge Chair Wood
  • Bridge house;
  • The enteza house.


Art movement: Pop Culture.


“More than the information age, it is the time of choices.” – Charles Eames