As Interior Designers, we are constantly exploring how the combination of landscape design and interiors can bring about unique guest experiences within a Hotel.
By maintaining the constant link with the external, we are able to incorporate this within our concept design and seamlessly lead guests through transition areas such as corridors and walkways. The corridor at the Gibson Hotel in Dublin is a great example of how we can achieve this.
It is also often the seamless transition between internal and external areas which can add to the multi-use and functionality of the Hotel, and therefore allowing the Hotelier to capitalise on spaces within the Hotel more effectively. With a creative thinking on use, materials, views and layout, guests are able to become connected to and immersed with the surrounding cityscape or landscape
This external link also allows us to maximise the interior space available, allowing us to use the external as an extension of the Interior.