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The Helix Hotel by Leeser Architecture

The Helix Hotel - Architecture Hotel

Contemporary five-star hotel design has been done designed by New York based Leeser Architecture. This architectural bulding design architect has designed The Helix Hotel and because of this design this architect won a competition. This modern and marvelous hotel design located in Zayed Bay in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Designed With 208 guest rooms and suites arranged around a helical floor, the hotel immediately dispenses with the idea that visitors must engage in the stale paradigms of rigid hallways and atria that characterize a typical hotel stay. Just like living in paradise. via

The Helix Hotel - Contemporary Hotel Design

Conceptually, the Helix Hotel participates in a critical dialogue between opulence and urbanness, between the variety of services offered by a small city and the demands of a five-star hotel guest. The floor suggests the curves a winding street would take through a bustling town, and many programmatic elements are open to views from across the central void. Though the void seems to offer unmitigated visibility, there are enclaves for private meetings and guest privacy. It is designed so that one activity feeds into the next rather than affecting sharp separations between each activity. In this way it develops a feeling of being free to whimsically experience all aspects of the hotel without having to decide on an agenda in advance.

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