Seeko’o Hotel by King Kong Architects

King Kong Architects was extremely excited to accept the assignment and create the Seeko’o Hotel in the city of Bordeaux, France. Seekoo means iceberg in the Inuit language. The name suggests both the building’s clean lines and the immaculate appearance of its skin. It evokes the changing look of the hotel according to the time of day or night. Slight inclines and a fold in the facade means that the hotel is integrated into the architecture of the neighboring buildings. The windows are Read more […]
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Weekend Links August 01

Existencialism in Design? Gerry Judah created a Land Rover Sculpture were he attached Land Rovers to a 34 meter high steel framework. Ad texture to your walls with the Iconic Panels. Minimalist Doors with aluminum frames, nice veneer and invisible hinges. School of Design will discover new British design talent and choose ten designers to live and work in Paris for two months with french designed Philippe Starck. A Wall Like a Template that concentrates most of the necessary Read more […]
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