The Garage – Teresa SapeyThat’s right; that’s just the garage. Designed by Teresa Sapey. This Italian architect favors the arousal of emotions and feelings for her works.
The Lobby – John PawsonWooden patterns adorn the halls and reception. Designed by British architect John Pawson. Among Pawson’s works is the Cathay Pacific’s Hong Kong Airport.
Floor 01 – Zaha HadidOpen the pod bay doors, HAL. Designed by acclaimed architect Zaha Hadid. She’s also responsible for designing the Aquatics Centre for the London Olympic Games you’ll all be wanting to escape.
Floor 02 – Norman FosterPlease, do not disturb. Designed by Manchester architect Norman Foster. Among many others, Foster designed the famous glass dome for the German Parliament in Berlin.
Floor 03 – David ChipperfieldLuxury and Comfort. Designed by David Chipperfield. Among his most famous works are the Neues Museum in Berlin and the River & Rowing Museum in London.
Floor 04 – Plasma Studio3D Avant-garde Geometry. Designed by Plasma Studio. The studio founded by Eva Castro and Holger Kehne won a contest which offered upcoming architects the chance to design one of the hotel’s floors.
Floor 05 – Victorio & LucchinoColors. Designed by Victorio & Lucchino. This creative partnership dates back to the 1970s’ fashion world and has recently expanded its horizons into the world of architecture.
Floor 06 – Mark NewsonLines. Designed by Mark Newson. This prolific Australian designer has been labelled one of the most influential of his generation. He has designed everything from furniture to apparel collections.
Floor 07 – Ron AradCurves. Designed by Ron Arad. Arad is popular for the use of recycled materials in his designs. He’s responsible for the concept of the Holon Design Museum in Israel.
Floor 08 – Kathrin FindlayAnother dimension. Designed by Kathrin Findlay. Among her most famous works is the National Museum of Costume in Qatar.
Floor 09 – Richard GluckmanOpen Spaces. Designed by Richard Gluckman. Gluckman has designed, among others, the Deutsche Guggenheim Museum in Berlin and the Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh.
Floor 10 – Arata IsozakiContemporary Traditions. Designed by Arata Isozaki. The Japanese architect has been responsible for designing the Museum of Contemporary Art building in Los Angeles and the Fine Arts building of Brooklyn Museum.
Floor 11 – Mariscal y SalasThat’s not a painting. Designed by Mariscal y Salas. This Spanish duo has teamed up to bring us an eclectic display of colors.
Floor 12 – Jean NouvelVisual Warmth. Designed by Jean Nouvel. This renowned French architect is responsible for the design of the Opera House in Lyon and the Galeries Lafayette in Berlin, among many other impressive works.
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