Design showcase: Top five designs with arches

by | 16 Feb 2022 | Design

We take a look at stylish hotel projects from London to Brisbane that really raise the bar with their elegant arches in the latest instalment of our collaboration with TOPHOTELDESIGN.

The arch: an iconic element in the history of architecture. From massive Roman aqueducts to vaults, the arch has been present in many different styles and eras.

Lifting expectations

This week, classic elegance meets contemporary design. We’ve selected five projects that use arches in distinctive, tasteful ways.

The Calile Hotel for its up-to-date curves and arches that sweep through calm pathways of tranquil palettes and soothing textures.

Corinthia Palace Malta for its classic-style big arches and neutral-coloured serene spaces.

Kimpton Da An Hotel for its bold shapes and eye-catching textures that surround multifaceted arches.

Montcalm East, Shoreditch London for its smart way of dividing a double-height lobby with sophisticated wooden arches that form a vault-like pathway.

And One&Only Portonovi for its kaleidoscopic mirror effect, produced by metallic arches.

The Calile Hotel

Brisbane
by Richards & Spence

Imagery: © Sean Fennessy

 

Corinthia Palace Malta

San Anton, Malta
by Goddard Littlefair

 

Kimpton Da An Hotel

Taipei
by Neri & Hu

Imagery: © Pedro Pegenaute

 

Montcalm East, Shoreditch London

London
by 5plus Architects

Imagery: © Matthew Shaw

 

One&Only Portonovi

Herceg Novi, Montenegro
by HBA – Singapore
Supplied by Spa Supply Solutions

Click here to find more inspiring hotels with arches on TOPHOTELDESIGN.

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