Category Archives: Hotel

Citadines Michel Hamburg

17 February 2015

As Hamburg is such a unique and dynamic city, it was essential that the storyline of the hotel was developed to mesh with the neighbourhood’s history & culture to give an experience that reflected the locality. The city has been an important port both historically and up to the present, so it offered a natural design narrative which was applied throughout the hotel. The featured materials, graphics and imagery were inspired by the dock; shipping text on the floor and walls, industrial light fittings and rough sawn timber clad walls. It was also intentional that the communal spaces and apartments were as open plan as possible to respond to the informal ways that guests work and meet for business. Open plan apartments…

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Ascott International asked BuckleyGrayYeoman to transform the interior spaces of a remarkable early 20th century building in the heart of Paris to create this boutique 5 star Apart’hotel.   Located just minutes from the Louvre Museum, this boutique serviced residence consists of 51 luxurious one-bedroom and studio apartments over 7 floors. Custom-made furniture and furnishings were created specifically for the interiors whilst retaining the building’s period features.   Guests enter Citadines Suites Louvre through a dramatic double-height lobby space. A large skylight frames views of the atrium overhead, creating a light-filled, open space to welcome guests. Notable design features, including the restored…

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‘From the Ascott Louvre, through Citadines Apart’hotels in Frankfurt and Hamburg, to a striking Nando’s restaurant in Dundee…Buckley Gray Yeoman is going from strength to strength in the hospitality sector.’

Paul’s profile article has been featured in the March – April edition of Hospitality Interiors magazine.

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The Rosebery

8 June 2012

The scaffolding comes down from the new Supercity boutique apart’hotel in Clerkenwell, to open in September 2012. The original building on Rosebery Avenue was split up into a number of separate, smaller buildings. Buckley Gray Yeoman’s design rationalises the internal space, whilst also making a new main entrance, stair and lift core for the building, linking all levels, with two new floors added at 4th and 5th floor levels and office spaces to the rear. These combined works make a new stylish 50,000 sq ft building with 59 luxury suites.

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