Daring hotel in Vienna
Within cities, there are always a number of hotels popping up left, right, and center. A lot of the time they are built on relatively small sites and need to be extremely unique and eye-catching if they are to gain any real traction. This hotel in Vienna succeeds on both counts:
The curve in the corner gives the room a far more open feel and makes the room a lot less stuffy (an ailment that affects many hotel rooms). The architect has clearly taken a risk by deciding upon oval windows:
There is little doubt that these windows, which are a microcosm of the hotel’s look, insert a distinct look into the overall makeup of the hotel and give it an edge in a very crowded market place.