Joanna Rosado

The aim of the urban hostel is to create a vibrant environment for individual’s interactions but in respect of their needs for intimacy. This is manifested through the design- open plan communal areas vs. bedrooms providing feeling of safety and privacy.
The hostel is a place that integrates, removes boundaries and brings dynamic of the local community into its interior.

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Eilidh Mcewan

This hotel explores how to represent Scottish culture in a modern interior. The ground floor features a feasting area inspired by clan meetings, with a seat for every guest, it is a communal area where visitors can connect with each other in an intimate and cosy space. It also features a double height space with a mural of a stylistic interpretation of Pictish people, which is a side of Scottish culture that isn’t often represented. I want people to experience something new each time they visit so the bedroom levels have three different floor plans and each room a different material palette.  – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Kirsty Gaunt

My hotel is centred around my love of tea. In this boutique accommodation, each unique room is designed around a different blend of tea. Situated on the top floor is a tea room/restaurant where the public can experience afternoon tea during the day and tea inspired cocktails and food in the evening. My hotel design seeks to excite and educate guests on the heritage of different tea blends. This modern design has the core theme present throughout each detail, incorporating all the senses; towel embroidery, soap scents, menus, materiality, music and colour palette. Therefore, each visit brings a new experience.

 

 

 

 


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