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CASA GOMEZ in Cancun, Mexico by SOSTUDIO / Sergio Orduña Architects

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

Article source: SOSTUDIO / Sergio Orduña Architects

The project “Casa Gòmez” was developed and built by SOSTUDIO between 2011 and 2012 in the residential area at the Puerto Cancun development. By an approach to the deconstructive architecture, the design is organized by combining interior and exterior areas as a single space through big hidable windows, thus favouring the main views to the canal and the hotel zone of Cancun.

Image Courtesy © josè Gallardo and Maribel Garzòn

  • Architects: SOSTUDIO / Sergio Orduña Architects
  • Project: CASA GOMEZ
  • Location: Cancun, Mexico
  • Photography: josè Gallardo and Maribel Garzòn
  • Client: Private
  • Constructor: CONSTRUCAN
  • Sub-Contractors: ERGODI (lighting project), SMART TECH (control system)
  • Use: Residential
  • Built Area: 1,000M2
  • Design Period: 2011
  • Completion Period: 2012

THE ENERGY OF CERRO MISTICO (MYSTIC HILL) in Lavalleja, Uruguay by FDS Arquitectos

Friday, August 16th, 2013

Article source: FDS Arquitectos

A good friend calls us to design a small hotel, 4 or 6 rooms on the hills of Lavalleja, Uruguay. The area is very well known for its spiritual tourism, as it is a very energetic place.

Visit to the area

there is definitely something very special about the energy of the hill:  it is quite inaccessible, it is covered by low native  vegetation. There are formations belonging to the earliest inhabitants of the place and archeological remains difficult to date. The views from up there are breathtaking.  Our friend and his family are in love with the place, we feel incredibly motivated and challenged by the task.

Image Courtesy © Jose Pampin

  • Architects: FDS Arquitectos
  • Project: THE ENERGY OF CERRO MISTICO (MYSTIC HILL)
  • Location: Lavalleja, Uruguay
  • Photography: Jose Pampin
  • Project: FDSarquitectos: Facundo de Souza, Matias Keuroglian
  • Work Address: V. Goday
  • Year Built: 2012
  • M2 built: 400 m2 + exterior
  • Concrete: Concrete Artigas
  • Stone: local stone
  • Openings: Aluminum del Uruguay SA
  • Software used: Autocad

Suzhou Creek Boutique Hotel in Shanghai, China by DAtrans Architecture Office

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

Article source: DAtrans Architecture Office

The small-scale Suzhou Creek Boutique Hotel is situated within Shanghai’s M50 Art District, next to Suzhou Creek and overlooking the railway station. Originally built in 1938 as the wool factory dormitories, the building is divided into three levels. The aim of the renovation is to build a tiny boutique hotel with contemporary art characteristics. The first floor will comprise a dining room, the second floor will have an office space and the third floor and top floor will have art hotel guest rooms.

Image Courtesy © Geng Tao

  • Architects: DAtrans Architecture Office
  • Project: Suzhou Creek Boutique Hotel
  • Location: Shanghai, China
  • Photography: Geng Tao
  • Client: Chunming Creative Industry Park, Shanghai
  • Architects: Chen Xudong, Yan Mengfei, Chen Yang, Wen Yifeng
  • Construction Period: 2009.06-2010.01
  • Feature Description: Boutique Hotel, Canteen and Auxiliary Office
  • Main Material: Additional Steel Structure
  • Interior: Ding Yi, Lorenz Helbling, Shi Yong, Zhou Tiehai
  • Design Period: SD: 2008.12-2009.01 CD: 2009.06-08
  • Basic Area: 500 m²
  • Overall Area: 954 m²

Ananta Legian Hotel in Bali, Indonesia by Airmas Asri

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Article source: Airmas Asri

The concept of Ananta Legian Hotel lobby is inspired by BentarTemple which is described as a ”Kori Agung” that functioned as a gate. The grand steps towards the Lobby from the lower floor express the greatness of the Lobby as the “Kori Agung”. The balinese Serai stones are used in the building facade together with the pond and water fountain around the lobby to create ambience of balinese temple and the place of sacred liturgy of Hindu ceremony by pedanda—the high priest in Bali.

Image Courtesy © Airmas Asri

  • Architects: Airmas Asri
  • Project: Ananta Legian Hotel
  • Location: Bali, Indonesia
  • Clients, Owners: PT. Realestat Perdana
  • ME Consultant: PT. Skemanusa Consultama Teknik
  • Civil Engineering: PT. Ketira Engineering Consultant
  • Interior Consultant: Lobby by Airmas Asri, Guest Rooms by Yvonne Pekerti & Associate
  • Landscape Consultant: Rini Martadi & Associate
  • Construction Date: 2011 – 2012
  • Site Area: 3.133 m2
  • Gross Flor Area: 8.477 m2
  • Software used: AutoCAD , Sketch up and 3Dmax

W Guangzhou Hotel and Residences in Zhujiang Xincheng (Pearl River New Town), Guangdong by Rocco Design Architects

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

Article source: Rocco Design Architects 

The W Guangzhou Hotel & Residences complex was designed in 2006 and the construction works began in the next year. After 6 year’s construction, W Guangzhou ushered in its grand opening in May 2013.
The architecture of W Guangzhou is a response both to the urban conditions of contemporary Guangzhou, and to the unique programme of a compact city hotel.
The building is an actual amalgamation of two components: a 317-room boutique hotel and a 160-unit serviced apartment under one single management.

Night view from southwest, Image Courtesy © Liky Lam

  • Architects: Rocco Design Architects
  • Project: W Guangzhou Hotel and Residences
  • Location: Zhujiang Xincheng (Pearl River New Town), Guangdong
  • Photography: Liky Lam
  • Design Date: 2006
  • Completion Date: 2013
  • Site Area: 22,630 sq m
  • Gross Floor Area: 106,500 sq m
  • Client: KWG Property Holding Ltd
  • Local Architect: Guangzhou Foreview Architect Institute
  • Interior Designer: Yabu Pushelberg, Glyph, AFSO, A.N.D., DesignWilkes
  • Structural Engineer: RBS Archectural Engineering Design Consultant Co Ltd
  • M&E Engineer: J. Roger Preston Ltd
  • Hotel Operator: Starwood Asia Pacific Hotels & Resorts Pte. Ltd

Different glass boxes inserted at various heights, Image Courtesy © Liky Lam

The building flanks a major boulevard (Xian Cun Road) along the central axis of the new CBD of Guangzhou. The lower hotel portion addresses the busy Xian Cun Road / Jin Sui Road turnabout, announcing the brand and projecting the glazed roof-top spa; while the taller apartment portion turns the corner of the quieter south-eastern Xian Cun Road junction.

Hotel and residences knited together to form and integrated building, Image Courtesy © Liky Lam

The two portions are architecturally unified into one monolithic block that presents a large-scale public image, defines the street edge and reinforces its linearity, but at the same time is punctuated in the centre with a large vertical ‘window’ that allows the inner landscaped park of the urban block to visually and spatially merge with the public street. This compositional gesture brings about an urban permeability that enhances the lighting and air flow pattern within the district.

Back elevation from inner courtyard, Image Courtesy © Liky Lam

Within the unified architectural mass, individual components are given their own expression: the private residential portion i.e. guest rooms and apartments are clad in dark granite / glass, their scale subtly defined by a matrix of vertical glass fins, while the public portion i.e. bar, restaurants and spa are enclosed in transparent glazed boxes that visually spring out from the dark background and allow the hotel’s ambience to radiate into the surrounding neighborhoods.

West facing façade with external glass shading features, Image Courtesy © Liky Lam

With major hotel functions needing to be stacked up vertically by virtue of the compact size of the urban lot, the architecture is an actual embodiment of an intriguing spatial journey from the ground up: a three-dimensional and intertwining sequencing of diverse spatial forms and experience, from the narrow and vertical entrance vestibule, to the spacious but intimate reception ‘living room’, to the transparent bar in the floating glass box, all the way to the green and semi-enclosed swimming pool resting on the building’s top.
The architecture of W visually intrigues, and at the same time creates a spatial odyssey that invites exploration and keeps senses invigorated.

Main reception hall infiltrated with natural daylight, Image Courtesy © Liky Lam

Main reception hall, Image Courtesy © Liky Lam

Entrance vestibule before the main reception hall, Image Courtesy © Liky Lam

Linkbridge over entrance vestibule, Image Courtesy © Liky Lam

Sky garden at top glass box, Night view from southwest, Image Courtesy © Liky Lam

Sky pool at top glass box, Image Courtesy © Liky Lam

Image Courtesy © Rocco Design Architects

Image Courtesy © Rocco Design Architects

Image Courtesy © Rocco Design Architects

Image Courtesy © Rocco Design Architects

Image Courtesy © Rocco Design Architects

Image Courtesy © Rocco Design Architects

Image Courtesy © Rocco Design Architects

 

Veladora in Rancho Santa Fe, CA by Mr. Important Design

Friday, July 26th, 2013

Article source: Mr. Important Design

Mister Important Design is an interior design firm that brings an ebullient perspective to interiors. Specializing in hotels, nightclubs, restaurants, bars and lounges, Mister Important Design works closely with clients to achieve interiors that exceed expectations. Exuberant interors that are designed to be remembered and talked about.

Image Courtesy © Jeff Dow

  • Architects: Mr. Important Design
  • Project: Veladora
  • Location: Rancho Santa Fe, CA
  • Photography: Jeff Dow
  • Client/Owner: Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa
  • Size (sq m) : 3000 square feet
  • Completion Date: Fall 2012
  • Design Team: Charles Doell, Principal and Miriam Marchevsky, Project Team
  • Main Contractor: Lusardi Construction
  • Software used: Autocad and Vectorworks

W Hotel in San Diego, California by Mr. Important Design

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

Article source: Mr. Important Design

Mister Important Design is an interior design firm that brings an ebullient perspective to interiors. Specializing in hotels, nightclubs, restaurants, bars and lounges, Mister Important Design works closely with clients to achieve interiors that exceed expectations. Exuberant interors that are designed to be remembered and talked about.

Image Courtesy © Jeff Dow

  • Architects: Mr. Important Design
  • Project: W Hotel
  • Location: San Diego, California,
  • Photography: Jeff Dow
  • Client/Owner: W Hotel
  • Size (sq m): Living Room (242 sqm), Restaurant (98 sqm), Conference Room (190 sqm), Beach Rooftop (242sqm) = 772 sq m
  • Completion Date: April 2012
  • Design Team: Charles Doell, Principal and Miriam Marchevsky, Project Captain
  • Main Contractor: Owner Contractor
  • Email:charles@misterimportant.com
  • Contact person: Charles Doell, principal 

Quality Hotel Expo in Fornebu, Norway by Haptic Architects

Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Article source: Haptic Architects

Inspired by Nature

This interior architectural project for a large, 300-room hotel and conferencing venue, is inspired by the stunning Norwegian landscape and uses a primary palette of natural materials to provide variety in spatial composition, form, texture and colour.

Image Courtesy © Trine Thorsen

  • Architects: Haptic Architects
  • Project: Quality Hotel Expo
  • Location: Fornebu, Norway
  • Photography: Trine Thorsen, Simon Kennedy
  • Completed: March 2012
  • Client: K2 Hotellbygg AS v/Aker Solutions AS and AB Invest
  • Interior Fitout by: Haptic Architects Ltd
  • Team: Nikki Butenschøn MNIL, Tomas Stokke MNAL RIBA, Scott Grady RIBA, Timo Haedrich RIBA
  • Project Manager: AB Invest AS, Anders Buchardt
  • Main Contractor: HENT
  • Area: 14,000m2
  • Graphic Design: by Bob Design
  • Software used: ArchiCad

Jetway Hotel in Doha, Qatar by Margot Krasojevic

Friday, July 12th, 2013

Article source: Margot Krasojevic

The project is a design for a private client’s short stay hotel hangar that can be wheeled to different docking locations at an airport. The hotel lounge is an extension of the private jet which enables the clients to rest/ stay for a period of 24 hours before departure. The scheme is composed of three telescopic fibreglass polymer clad shells, the exterior contains perspex encased tritium sections that glow, this contained radioactive elements are harmless and have a ten year life span without the need for external power supply. The scheme can be dismantled for easier transportation.

Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojevic

Image Courtesy © Margot Krasojevic

Malatesta, countryside hotel in Pergola, Montaiate by MICHELE GAMBATO ARCHITECT

Thursday, July 4th, 2013

Article source: MICHELE GAMBATO ARCHITECT

The Malatesta building is a country side hotel located in the Marche region in Italy. The architect, Michele Gambato, designed it for a family who wanted to change their lifestyle and move to the countryside to begin with their new hotel enterprise. The project begins from the restoration of three existing buildings. The main building was built at the end of the 19th century to be enlarged during the first half of the 20th century, two additional buildings were added at a later date.

Image Courtesy © MICHELE GAMBATO ARCHITECT

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