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Interior Design Various

Mixed Use

Contract Value: Varies
Completion: Varies

Hull, working with Manor Properties to create a new three star brand hotel, using their Hull site as a test project. The hotel positioning is conservative open market rather than a specific user group and the design is more mature approach using a modern timeless set of colours and feature. The hotel was designed using a modular approach and allowed for various arrangements of units to fit with different site acquisitions.  

New Apart-hotel concept, working with hotel experts HoCoSo we were invited to an international design competition for SV Hotel Group to provide a modular approach to refurbishment using our component based design approach for the apart-hotel sector. The criteria to bring compact room designed into the apart-hotel sector was challenging and we looked to utilise a concept of spatial transformation for each room setting. The design involved sliding / folding fittings to change from a sofa to a bed, from a storage unit to a table. The component based design involved breaking the room into components which allowed the units to be prefabricated off site and installed using bathroom pod technology.

The Luton Airport hotel interior aims to respond to the local context of Luton and it’s history of hat making. The modern clean sleek interior marries with the bold approach to the elevation and the colour palates are complementary.

The building is designed to be fully modular form podium up, utilising modular cores, lift, staircases and plantrooms. The main volume of the building was lifted in four weeks and an overall construction programme of just seven months. Student residential, working for UniLife we looked to reposition the interior design of the rooms to a more contemporary design approach while providing a modular solution for the roll out. The room was divided into three activities zones and each setting was subtly defined using material change.