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 evenly proportioned with regular lines extending the patterns of the stone facades. The project escapes these stylistic and historical references, as does the building, due to its white skin made from Corian®.

The concept of the Seeko’o Hotel rooms is to provide a vast, airy, bright area that is exclusive. The 45 bedrooms are all junior suites and boast between 29 and 55 square meters of living space.

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