The bar is the central hub of the space, offering a meeting point, and encircling a central feature staircase leading to the mezzanine. The space flows from relaxed lounge zones, corners and pods to community areas with a more interactive high-energy vibe. The café is light and airy, soaking in the light and views. The space is a chameleon, cleverly transforming itself throughout the day, and in the evening as the sunsets over the lake and the lighting is lowered to a more intimate level and the bar life kicks in.
A light warm wood corridor reaches the guestrooms with water ripples reflected in the carpet. The entry to the room is a private lobby that can be closed off via a large sliding pocket door, providing the guest with a greater level of privacy. The wet areas go against tradition, aimed at the new millennial, who treat the bathroom as a luxury and not a necessity. A glass island wardrobe is accessible from both sides, with a handy ledge to place a suitcase or layout the days outfit. The ‘canopy’ wraps across the bed, continuing the strong geometric lines from the frame of the glass wardrobe, and the bed is the central statement, presenting itself as the artwork for the room.