A botanical interior experience
The whole building is sustainable and in a strong connection with nature. Next to that the principles of a passive house are applied. By means of an very good isolated layer and good air tightness it requires little energy for the heating or cooling of the spaces. The first phase will be a hotel wing, the second phase a foyer with meeting spaces and during the third phase the hotel wing will be extended.
The first phase is compromised out of 39 hotel rooms divided in three layers. The façade is made from natural and untreated materials which age attractively. Iroko wooden window frames create a beautiful rhythm in the façade made from untreated larch timber cladding and ending with distinct zinc bay windows.
The colours and materials of the interior originate from the ‘program of experience’ and are inspired from the history of the estate. Oak wood frequently applied in combinative with a characteristic colour and pattern pallet which results into a natural and warm yet luxurious atmosphere.