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Little Shelter Hotel, minimalism meets tradition

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Claudia Fuggetti
Little shelter hotel, il minimal incontra la tradizione | Collater.al

The Little Shelter Hotel is a structure that hardly goes unnoticed. It is the new hotel designed by the Department of ARCHITECTURE Co. in Bangkok, which incorporates a facade of wood and polycarbonate tiles arranged to create a watertight architectural plan.

Located in the city of Chiang Mai, Thailand, the hotel pays tribute to the local architecture, the roof terrace offers guests the opportunity to enjoy the panoramic view of the river at sunset. The project recalls the local architectural character through the use of the predominant traditional material: wooden shingles.

The system that has been well developed for hundreds of years: small units of wooden shingles are arranged in a herringbone pattern and form a watertight architectural plan.

The structure is also very well cared for outside, where you can perceive a great brightness of the spaces, except in the bedrooms, which offer a more intimate atmosphere.

If you want to know more, visit the website of the Department of ARCHITECTURE Co. here.

Little shelter hotel, il minimal incontra la tradizione | Collater.al
Little shelter hotel, il minimal incontra la tradizione | Collater.al
Little shelter hotel, il minimal incontra la tradizione | Collater.al
Little shelter hotel, il minimal incontra la tradizione | Collater.al
Little shelter hotel, il minimal incontra la tradizione | Collater.al
Little shelter hotel, il minimal incontra la tradizione | Collater.al
Little shelter hotel, il minimal incontra la tradizione | Collater.al
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Written by Claudia Fuggetti
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