The ME London, Rosewood Hotel Georgia is a hotel design that’s oozing with elegance and modernity. It is located in Aldwych, Central London that was completed on July 2012. Foster & Partners were tasked to create, develop and implement a high-end concept with focus in the personality of the hotel. The hospitality design engages the local culture and the guests so that the services provided are fully customized.
The boutique hotel follows a concept that resulted to an entirely modern and elegant hotel. It is based upon organization which will provide exceptional experiences for travelers and guests without sacrificing style. It also took full advantage of the urban landscape such as maintaining and enhancing the natural beauty of the grand sweep of Aldwych.
I love how Foster & Partners design hotel that speaks of utmost elegance yet it also speaks the best comfort while maintaining a cultural image and personality. The focus of the project is to highlight the hotel interiors as it follows a triangular blueprint of the building. This triangular blueprint allowed everything to radiate from the core thus creating a big impact to the hotel interior design. In fact, I find it very engaging and elegant to look at. But, my personal favorite is the intricacy of the details involved in this project.
You will find black marble corridors wrapping the core and around it as well as the seemingly – widening space from center to the street hence taking advantage of the expansive views. There are also the angled windows, which to my opinion are very unique in this case. The windows allow the abundance of light to flood within thus boosting the underlying plan. This is a beautiful hotel indeed with a very pleasing aesthetic characteristic and promising service.
I reckoned Foster & Partners designed the hotel inside first then out until the tiniest detail has been taken care of with. The quality and continuity of the place were highly maintained throughout while creating a stronger identity inside. The individual spaces were designed in varied tones, scales and textures to further define the exclusivity of character and style.
Posted by JackieAzuela at 5 October, 2012