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CMV Architects | Hotel Pasteur

Concept & Competition CMV Architects | Hotel Pasteur

“5400 m2 spread over 12 floors. 120 double rooms with elegant interior design. The plot on which the building is implanted within a block defined by a peripheral tissue existing formed by buildings of low height. This condition defines an interior parcel irregular and elongated, in which the hotel is perfectly embedded, emerging from the existing buildings with an absolute prismatic volume.

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pasteur03The clarity and purity of the prism is tempered and enriched by the concept “bubble”: spherical circular perforations of different sizes and that fluff facades illuminating the interior during the day and allowing a multiplicity of views over the city. At night the building would become, thanks to the light that emanates from him through the same holes, in a large lamp.

pasteur04The entire interior of the hotel is dominated by soft circular and spherical forms, both in the finishing of all elements as in the furniture selected. “

Architect: CMV Architects
Project name: Hotel Pasteur
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