People are always fascinated by the old ancient architects in the world. From the Pyramids of Egypt to the great China Wall, everyone try to see such places once in life. Well besides how magnificent they are, people also show interest in their design and thus appreciate the architect. While they also considered that time of history and hardships, which were taken by men make this wonders of the world.
So, as far as the modern designs are concern, there are many splendid pieces of architects. Besides all, here are some of the unique hotel’s designs and modern architects. Just see the architects; you can easily be mesmerized by their unique designs.
This Hotel is designed by Queen of the Curve the late Dame Zaha Hadid. It has 770-rooms; Morpheus has paved Macau’s status as a design hub. It has devastating records and glass ceilings in the process, the world’s first free-form, and high-rise exoskeleton towers at 160m. Three horizontal vortices make up the voids throughout and this house the hotel’s public spaces. Fluid movement is made easy as the geometric grid negates the need for columns or walls. Encased in a kaleidoscopic web of glass and steel, the atrium is bedecked in polished marble and illuminated shards.
Mondrian Doha, Qatar
It got the remarkable exterior designed to represent a falcon, this building gives an insight into the fanciful world of Dutch architect Marcel Wanders. It’s a project he describes as having ‘a marvelous story unfolding in every little corner’ of its 24-storey, 270-room structure, and is arguably the most extravagant. A helter-skelter, jet-black staircase greets on arrival, before eyes are drawn to huge toadstool lampshades. The pool lies beneath a vast stained-glass dome, which splays beams of colorful light around the room to dance on the water’s surface.
The Silo Cape Town, South Africa
It’s a colorful display of contemporary African art, luxurious fabrics and striking monochrome styling. It is designed by architect Thomas Heatherwick’s pillowy, bubble-wrap windows are 28 rooms whose luxurious interiors soften the image, with 1924-built grain silo’s elevators that run up its exterior. The windows flood the room with natural light, while panoramic Table Mountain views are standard from iron bathtubs. The most impressive feature is found in the lobby, where celebrated local designer Haldane Martin has suspended chandeliers from original grain hoppers. The Silo is a true destination hotel that lays out the best of Cape Town.
Punta Caliza Isla Holbox, Mexico
This is the kind of hotel where guests are encouraged to dive right in. it has interconnecting pools that lap against the polished concrete walls to reach the main canal in the central atrium of this visually arresting, family-run property, which owes much of its influence to the sea. Likewise, the blue water floods the space between angular, almond-colored corridors, intensifying the contrast between the materials in play. The body of the hotel has been constructed from sustainable cedar wood.