Chateau Denmark hotel plays homage to rock ‘n roll heritage
Developed by CAW Ventures and designed by Taylor Howes, the new hotel on Denmark Street is one of the most hotly anticipated hospitality openings this year.
Two storeys of stand-out student amenity spaces, along with an 8th floor private dining room and external terrace, for client London and Scottish Student Housing – set within their new-build Symons House student development block in Leeds. The design of the amenity spaces represents a step change away from the bright-and-cheerful approach that has traditionally dominated the sector, where spaces are often saturated with primary colours.
The building, by Leeds-based architectural practice Cunniff Design, takes the form of a reverse L-shape building, with seven storeys on its lower horizontal plane and twenty-one on its vertical upright section. Both the building’s ground and lower-ground storeys, where the main amenity spaces are located, are indented and fully glazed – made for looking in and out.
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