A hotel with a metal facade

A hotel with a metal facade

A hotel with a metal facade

Ferminnan and Spagnoletta Architects have proposed an inventive skyscraper hotel in Berlin, dubbed the Kaleidoscope, that features overlapping volumes and a patterned, metallic facade.

 
At 166 metres, the hotel would be taller than the Park Inn Berlin Alexanderplatz, which is the current tallest  building in the German city. The 43-storey high-rise aims to become an emblematic hotel in Berlin.

The project, conceived as overlapping volumes, provides a unique geometry that politely connects with its surroundings. The metal-patterned facades allow the building to breathe. It also serves as a filter for incoming and outgoing light, and to show off its impressive volumetric shape at the same time.

There are 260 apartments and hotel rooms in the building. Each of them have a variety of typologies that have been adapted for the clients’ different needs.

Stylish interiors provide warm atmospheres bathed in light, while floor-to-ceiling windows allow for expansive views of the surrounding city.

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