Home Design Published by Amanda Holguin, Saturday, November 05th 2016, 03:52:52 AM.
Many advantages can be taken from the hotel design located in the coastal area. Both the architects and the visitors could take advantage from its particular location. The architects could arrange each of the hotel room so that the visitors could enjoy the beautiful view as they wish. Such design could be found in the Hotel Encanto, Mexico. This hotel was built by Miguel Angel Aragones to provide maximum comfort while staying in Mexico.
The hotel employs simple and lively design. It plays with various spectrum color employed in the room’s patio. The hotel design plan itself comprises of 44 standard guest rooms. Each of the room has straight access to the coastal view through the see through glass panels. The hotel is also equipped with private pools and private terraces. The main swimming pool is located on the back yard of the hotel. It is accompanied by outdoor to provide visitors with sunbathing facilities.
A particular room would be given private terrace. The private terrace is located on the outer part of the bedroom. It provides the visitors with outdoor bed overseeing the coastal view. The bed is placed on top of a wooden bed frame. On the bed side, we would be able to find a block of shining box with different colors. The outdoor terrace is basically dominated with wooden materials, including the bed frame and the floor. It is connected to the main bedroom through a glass panel.
Let’s take a look at the main bedroom. The visitors’ bedroom is also dominated by wooden furniture. We can find woods employed as bed frame, end table, head board, as well as room divider. The bed has floating feature which employs neon lights placed under the bed. The lights are also placed on the head board in order to help the visitors with sufficient lighting. This architecture hotel design plan serves the visitors with a study and bathroom too.
If there is a reason for keeping the wall very quiet, choose a pattern that works all over without pronounced lines. Put very succinctly, architectural effect depends upon a nice balance of horizontal, vertical and oblique. No rules can say how much of each; so nothing can really take the place of feeling and good judgement.
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