At the end of the dark corridor they move into a light-filled lounge and gathering space, with large south-facing windows. It is an L-shaped space containing a number of different zones. The aim is both to offer hospitality and repose to visitors and to demonstrate what light can offer in a hospitality space.
There are three main ‘islands’ within the lounge, each with different lighting solutions. An illuminated textile wall will enable the creation of a number of changing effects. Another wall will be a living green wall, bringing the effect of nature inside.
Much of the furniture has been custom-made to follow the geometry of the space and seating has been designed with slender legs so that it appears to float.