Hotel Zenden By Wiel Arets Architects

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Hotel Zenden architecture facades idea design

Wiel Arets Architects designed the Interior of the Zenden hotels in Maastricht, the Netherlands.

Hotel and the sports school Zenden Maastricht in Maastricht, in the Netherlands is located within three colossal town houses close to the river. The history of the hotel begins years in the 1960s and contains only a pool for swimming lessons. Other features such as hotel rooms and a judo school in the program have been introduced over the years.


Exterior design of the hotel area – fully white – Hotel Zenden by Wiel Arets architects

Hotel Zenden architecture unique exterior design

During the renovation, the scattered an iconographic and integrated program was crystallized whole. Recently created gaps in the walls of the hotel provide views between all areas, as well as the exterior. The renovation will not lead to an abstract structure in the plan as well as in Department. All ceiling heights were kept maximum. The resulting interior design was dressed completely in white, while the outer inversions are painted anthracite. New program elements have been carried out, where it was necessary.

The hotel’s facade and parts of the interior design – swimming pool and bathroom in one of the rooms

Hotel Zenden architecture unique original design

At the entrance to the hotel, offers the tourist a relaxing Hall and invites them to drink, to admire the hotel’s swimming pool, or simply to enjoy the Red Japanese Maple on the terrace – which most contrasts with the white Hotel design. From the Hall guests can enter and descend to the basement, where we can see the saphfirblaue water in the pool, which retains its original medieval vaulted past the glass walls in the entrance area. Opposite, in the climbing of the steps, nine hotel rooms await their guests, each room has unique design.

Within the four new guest rooms, services such as showers, toilets, closets to blocks have been cut; This renovation offers more living space. Inlays and bedside tables are attached to the walls. The TV were hidden behind the glass reflecting off and bathroom doors serve as a mirror.  In hotel rooms, where the beds have dark, Maroon colours and upholstered chairs and Ottomans are noticeable, the hotel visitors try to call contemporary and modern rooms.Enjoy our photo gallery!

Classic and unique architecture

Hotel Zenden architecture unique brick external walls

Plenty of room out there for children’s gamesHotel Zenden architecture unique kids games

Snow-White rooms – black pieces of furniture put stylish contrast

hotel Zenden unique architecture bathroom bathtub

Compact idea – dressing room and bathroom

hotel Zenden architecture unique toilet block white dressing room

Angular walls and ceiling – top

Hotel Zenden architecture unique TV black glassoversized glass walls – you can see the Foyer from the outside Hotel Zenden architecture unique lobby seats yellow wallsthe swimming pool entrance

Hotel Zenden architecture unique pool swimming pool hall

Hotel Zenden architecture pool swimming pool hallthe swimming pool – sapphire-blue waters and satisfied guests

Hotel Zenden architecture unique pool guests swimming

The hotel restaurant – white and black dining room furniture acrylic hotel Zenden architecture unique restaurant black white dining furniture

The reception of the hotel – unique and unusual design

hotel Zenden architecture unique snow white design room

The bedroom in the guest room – white and soothing

hotel Zenden architecture unique black upholstered bed

The staircase – white color

Hotel Zendenarchitektur unique staircase white

Bathroom area – two washbasin, bath towels and shower

The ground floor of the hotel – comfortable, original armchair Hotel Zenden architecture unique sink white of hotel Zenden architecture rooms dark Posltersessel

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