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Hotel

This large block contains 3 Hotels and 2 units housing apartments, partly serviced. The large scale typology of the building and the dynamic of it’s surroundings form the core theme of the design. The building is to be strengthened by its mass and has to reflect its current and future surrounding. This approach is the basis for our facade design.The different individual units get tied together to one large scale structure by a continuous use of materials and by horizontal bands creating a horizontal articulation that runs throughout the building block. The differing uses are expressed by varying designs of facade typologies. This expresses their internal structures and the level of comfort in relation to cost criteria. The types of facades also express the differing levels of accommodation values and are addressed to client target groups.A double storey base is indicated by cut outs with a special material, highlighting the welcoming entrances. Thereby, the abstraction and large scale appearance of the facade is kept, yet the entrances appear as design pieces within the structure.

Programm / Program: Hotel / HotelFläche / Area: 29.680 m²Auftraggeber / Client: Alexander Parkside GmbH2011

This large block contains 3 Hotels and 2 units housing apartments, partly serviced. The large scale typology of the building and the dynamic of it’s surroundings form the core theme of the design. The building is to be strengthened by its mass and has to reflect its current and future surrounding. This approach is the basis for our facade design.

The different individual units get tied together to one large scale structure by a continuous use of materials and by horizontal bands creating a horizontal articulation that runs throughout the building block. The differing uses are expressed by varying designs of facade typologies. This expresses their internal structures and the level of comfort in relation to cost criteria. The types of facades also express the differing levels of accommodation values and are addressed to client target groups.

A double storey base is indicated by cut outs with a special material, highlighting the welcoming entrances. Thereby, the abstraction and large scale appearance of the facade is kept, yet the entrances appear as design pieces within the structure.

Programm / Program:
Hotel / Hotel

Fläche / Area:
29.680 m²

Auftraggeber / Client:
Alexander Parkside GmbH

2011

Alexander Parkside
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