Hotel Seekoo por King Kong Architects


King Kong Architects son los responsables de la creación del Hotel Seeko’o en la ciudad de Burdeos, Francia.

Seekoo quiere decir iceberg en el idioma de los inuits. El nombre sugiere tanto la construcción de líneas limpias como la inmaculada apariencia de su piel. Es evocador ver la evolución de la imagen del hotel en función de la hora del día o de noche.

Los pliegues y quiebros de la fachada buscan que el hotel quede integrado en la arquitectura de los edificios cercanos. La proporción de las ventanas y su distrubución se sitúan en continuación de las líneas regulares de las fachadas contiguas de piedra. El proyecto escapa a estilos y referencias históricas, debido a su piel blanca hecha de Corian ®.

El concepto de las habitaciones del hotel Seeko’o es ofrecer un amplio, aireado y luminoso espacio exclusivo. Las 45 habitaciones son todas junior suites y cuentan con entre 29 y 55 metros cuadrados de espacio habitable.







9 Responses to “Hotel Seekoo por King Kong Architects”

  1. Tzidane Says:

    Este hotel es una muestra (una de tantas) de la evolución que ha sufrido la arquitectura, los diseños innovadores, fusión de planos y volúmenes diferentes. Me gusta el diseño de las habitaciones, y en sí, todo está muy bn, pero algo que no va muy deacuerdo con las características que deben existir en la arquitectura, es que debe de conservar una imagen que vaya deacuerdo con el estilo que lo rodea, un ejemplo claro, en México, es la torre latinoamericana, ubicada en la ciudad de méxico, que claramente desentona, por así decirlo, con todos los edificios que lo rodean. Y creo que este hotel es un claro ejemplo de que a pensar de que todo evoluciona, debemos conservar un entorno agradable a la vista y no romper con un orden de un lugar.


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