Archive for the ‘Hotel’ Category
Thursday, December 3rd, 2015
Article source: Maison Edouard François
A set of seven buildings including real and pastiche Haussmannian styles, as well as a building dating from the 1970’s, formed a nearly complete urban block in the Triangle d’or (the corner of the Champs-Elysées and the Avenue Georges V). The restaurant Le Fouquet’s is the flagship property of the Barrière company. The goal was to unify these disparate elements and to make it the next parisian “Palace”, thus establishing a strong new image.
Image Courtesy © Maison Edouard François
Tuesday, December 1st, 2015
Article source: Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Architects MNAL
The old Turtagrø Hotel, which has been the starting point for climbing in the Hurrungane Mountains for more than a hundred years, burned down in 2001. The owner wanted to create some of the atmosphere of the old building – a recognisable scale, spatial sequence, colours and materials, relating to a nearby timber annex. Outside of this the requirement was for a hotel with a new architectonic expression and an efficient layout.
Image Courtesy © Nils Petter Dahle
- Architects: Jarmund/Vigsnæs AS Architects MNAL (JVA), Einar Jarmund & Håkon Vigsnæs
- Project: TURTAGRØ HOTEL
- Location: Sognefjellet, Norway
- Photography: Nils Petter Dahle
- Assisted by: Roar Lund-Johnsen
- Client: Ole Drægni
- Gross area: 1.500 m2
- Year of contruction: 2001 – 2002
Friday, November 27th, 2015
Article source: LOVE architecture and urbanism ZT GmbH
The property for this project is nestled in an idyllic valley on the edge of Graz.
The landscape features idyllic rural scenery, meadows, forests and a steep hillside that affords fabulous views of Graz.
On this beautiful site, two buildings were built for three generations. The higher, smaller building features living quarter for the grandparents and an office below, while the larger building below offers ample space for the parents and children.
Image Courtesy © DI Tamara Frisch
- Architects: LOVE architecture and urbanism ZT GmbH
- Project: Villas 2B
- Location: Graz, Austria
- Photography: DI Tamara Frisch
- Software used: AutoCAD
- Design team: DI Michael Leiss, DI Stephanie Jordan, DI Peggy Marten, DI Ines Escauriaza
- Master builder: Heinrich Bau GesmbH
- Site area: (m²) 2403 m² (1650m² davon Baugrund)
- GFA: Villa1: 153m², Villa2: 305m²
- NFA: Villa1 128.6, Villa2: 222.7m²
- Total effective area (m²) H1 128.6, H2: 222,7m²
- Effective area (m²) H1: 85m² + 32m² Büro; H2: 210,80m²
- Density: 0.27 (more…)
Thursday, November 26th, 2015
Article source: KM Rubaszkiewicz sp. z o. o.
Narvil Conference & Spa is located in Serock by Zegrzyńskie lake, 40 kilometers from Warsaw. It’s a combination of the elegant hotel, modern conference center and exclusive spa. Location by the Narew river, surrounding forest and omnipresent nature creates an amazing atmosphere of the place. The priority while building the hotel was to keep a perfect harmony with an environment and to interfere as little as possible.
Image Courtesy © Yassen Hristov
- Architects: KM Rubaszkiewicz sp. z o. o.
- Project: HOTEL NARVIL
- Location: Serock, Poland
- Photography: Yassen Hristov, Konrad Rubaszkiewicz
- General contractor: Budimex S.A
- Realization: 2008-2012
- Interiors: KM Rubaszkiewicz sp. z o. o
- Area: 47.500 sqm
- Investor: Narvil Sp. z o. o.
Thursday, November 19th, 2015
Article source: PANORAMA
This is a newly opened boutique hotel in Chengdu China. The project aimed at developing a new mode of business hotel that cross-over hospitality and art-related business to cater the expanding local market of art exhibition and auction. Inspired by the hotel name ‘Skytel’, an abstracted interior landscape of sky, mountain and earth was created to provide multiple functions of hotel and art gallery.
Image Courtesy © Ng Siu Fung
- Architects: PANORAMA
- Project: Skytel
- Location: Chengdu, China
- Photography: Ng Siu Fung
- Client: Grand Skylight Hotel Management Ltd.
- Design Team: Horace Pan, Nick Wong, Kenny Hung
- Area: 850 sqm
- Completion Date: Oct 2014
Tuesday, November 17th, 2015
Article source: Flanagan Lawrence
This Grade II listed building, dating from 1923, was orginially constructed as a cinema. Now, it has been painstakingly restored by Flanagan Lawrence and has reopened as the Shepherds Bush Pavilion hotel.
External view, dusk, Image Courtesy © Flanagan Lawrence
- Architects: Flanagan Lawrence
- Project: Shepherd’s Bush Pavilion Hotel
- Location: London, England
- Client: orsett / Kosmopolitan Hotels
- Contractor: Ardmore
- Structural Engineer: Expedition Engineering & URS
- M&E Engineer: McBains Cooper & Malachi Walsh
- Consultant: McBains Cooper
- Access Consultants: David Bonnet Associates
- Planning Consultant: DP9
- Cost Consultant: Davis Langdon & McBains Cooper
- Acoustic Consultant: Sandy Brown
Thursday, November 12th, 2015
Article source: The Common Office
Sundsvall was at the end of the 1900th century, one of the wealthiest cities in Sweden. The wealth came from the forests in the north that provided the rest of the country with timber for paper- and construction needs. But in 1888 Sundsvall was struck by a fire that almost completely destroyed the old wooden town. The best architects in Sweden were assigned, and no expenses were spared to create the new city.
Image Courtesy © Mikael Olsson
- Architects: The Common Office
- Project: Pavilion for Best Western Hotel Baltic
- Location: Sundsvall, Sweden
- Photography: Mikael Olsson
- Software used: Autocad
Friday, November 6th, 2015
Article source: Maviperi Mimarlık
This project has started in 2010 and will be completed with the opening of the shopping mall in 2014. Started as a shopping mall, firstly an office building, later a five star hotel block was added to the project. The architecture and interior design of the five star hotel was designed according to the needs of Rotana group.
Image Courtesy © Maviperi Mimarlık
- Architects: Maviperi Mimarlık
- Project: Baghdad Shopping Mall and Rotana Hotel
- Location: Iraq, Baghdad
- Software used: Autocad and 3dmax
- EMPLOYER: Tefirom
- LAND AREA: 9000 m2
- CONSTRUCTION AREA: 45000 m2
- START / FINISH: 2009
Wednesday, November 4th, 2015
Article source: Lucas y Hernández – Gil Arquitectos
This small hotel is located in the Main Square of Ayllón, a medieval village in Segovia, Spain. We would define the intervention as simple and austere but warm and comfortable at the same time, a contemporary reconstruction in rustic style.
Image Courtesy © Lucas y Hernández – Gil Arquitectos
Tuesday, October 27th, 2015
Article source: Kebony
Situated deep in the idyllic and peaceful Alentejo wine region of Portugal, the Torre de Palma Wine Hotel (link is external) is, for the first time, welcoming guests to experience the ultimate wine tasting and adventure holiday. Guests are invited to experience the majestic history of the manor house, its vineyards and wine making process and the many adventurous activities on offer. The hotel has been painstakingly restored to fuse past and present offering luxury alongside a tradition. The hotel was renovated with a view to the future; sustainability informed the choice of materials, such as Kebony wood, and renewable energy sources are used throughout.
Image Courtesy © do mal o menos
- Architects: Kebony, João Mendes Ribeiro, Luísa Bebiano
- Project: Unique Wine Hotel in Portuguese Alentejo
- Location: Alentejo, Portugal ( Alentejo wine region of Portugal )
- Photography: do mal o menos
- Complete: 2015