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The Town Hall Hotel by Rare Architecture

The Town Hall Hotel is wrapped entirely by a laser cut, powder-coated aluminum skin, with no windows or doors externally visible. This pattern, which clearly separates the extension from the existing construction, was selected from a pattern book developed by the architects especially for this project. The inspiration was derived from an original art deco feature in the Council Chamber, which makes the design process so much more meaningful and respectful to the building’s prior architectural elements. Once inside, you get to see the combination of the complete restoration of the original detailing with the introduction of modern glazed partitions and loose furniture items. In the bedrooms, the pod designs are custom made and strongly apparent raising the new structure from floor level to make the separation between old and new. The overall feeling you get as a guest is something very exclusive.

Source: Yatzer

Date: Feb 7, 2012  /  Views: 0  /  Author: Alec Banks
Category: Lifestyle  /  Tags: Hotels, The town hall hotel, Rare architecture