Most beautifully designed hotel. Hotel Tiing is being called the most beautifully designed hotel of the year the third annual Dezeen Awards, which recognizes the best architecture, interior and design projects around the world. the Tiing is designed to help guests to unwind and reconnect, architect Nic Brunsdon said he knew that he wanted the hotel to frame the landscape. To do this, he designed seven ‘blades,’ consisting of upper- and lower-level guest suites, that propel out from a central space.
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Located in the seaside town of in Tejakula on Bali’s less touristy north coast, the Tiing Hotel is a two-and-half hour drive through the jungle from the airport in Denpasar.
With a name that means “bamboo”, The Tiing’s short life-cycle mirrors the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on one of the world’s favourite tourist destinations. Nice place to be stuck. And with Bali announcing it will remain closed until at least 2021, sweet tariffs to be paying for the privilege of enjoying a place that hasn’t been so low-key since the 1970s.
Again on the radar as a praise-worthy architectural exercise, Brunsdon’s conception for such a culturally-responsive Balinese resort has made it through to the shortlist of the third annual Dezeen Awards, which has culled 4300 international submissions to showcase what it considers the greatest of the recently finished buildings, interiors, landscapes and furnishings.In the 42 categories, and of the 187 potential finalists sorted out by one of the globe’s leading online architectural journals, Australia has 13 entries in architecture and interiors.
The Tiing, which was leading the People’s Choice category for hospitality buildings at the time of publishing, is one of the two offshore entries made by Australian studios that are in the running for the main awards to be announced at the end of November, joining Koning Eizenberg’s very interesting arrested decay redevelopment of a children’s museum in a lightening-hit building in Pittsburg in the US.
Most beautifully designed hotel
Source : https://architectureau.com/