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Courtyard by Marriott Hotel at London City Airport by KKA Interiors

Mixology North21 Project of the Year Finalist: Hotel Interiors

16/11/2021 1 min read

The base brief is a compliant Marriott brand hotel – KKAI’s creativity came into place shaping this to site and context. The palette of the building is neutral in London stock and Portland stone, generated in response to the nearby Grade II listed St Marks Church (Brick Lane Music Hall) – this theme continues through the internal spaces to create a neutral and light environment.

The detailing and material is subtle, from the brass bar taps and the bar, to the light wood veneers, through the accent tones on furniture in deep navy and rust upholstery. The design also subtlety introduces ‘aviation’ through leather and a fin/propellor ceiling treatment with strip lighting to define and zone space.

Flexibility was key to ensure the spaces weren’t cellular and were open and enticing for commuter and business use as well as the local community – the meeting space doubles and breakfast and covers and there are provisions and corners devised for the traveller.

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