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The Aviary Hotel

Siem Reap, Cambodia — 2014

The hotel consists of a 2-line corner renovation of Chinese compartments located in a strip fabric on the back fringe of an islet in downtown Siem Reap. Its physical position means that the façade linear on the city ​​is very small, the facades of the main rooms overlooked the alleys bordering the rear of the building. The hotel has 25 rooms, divided according to existing, including 3 suites on the roof. The project consists of an opening of the heart of the building by creating courtyards and gardens to turn the bedroom facades on the interiors so that the whole could benefit from a flood of natural light; bedrooms but also restaurant, café, Spa and outdoor swimming pool. Significant structural reinforcement work was conducted in the narrowness of the place. Although located in a recess, the report urban is direct and is done through a braiding metal wood recurring motif of facade extensions. Textures; earthenware tiles, exposed brick, wood, metal, sun shades, braiding / moucharabieh; there is a game natural and artificial light in dialogue with plants.




Architecture, Hotels