- Padre Damián 23. Madrid, , Madrid
This really unique building consists of a structure of concrete panels which inevitably dictate the rhythm of all the spaces. With limited free height between floors, the task turned out to be a real challenge and consisted mostly of adapting and redistributing the hotel's interior spaces. The objective was to put the Hotel Eurobuilding back among the elite establishments in Madrid's hotel sector.
After an exhaustive study of all the possibilities available from the building's geometry, an exciting modern design was achieved, which brings greater spatial quality to the whole and integrates exclusive new services. The project is essentially a new distribution and renovation of the entrances and communal areas and the incorporation of haute cuisine restaurants. The hotel's breakfast bar has been remodelled and extended through the addition of VIP areas. The new design has also created spacious lounges for events and multi-purpose conference rooms, through the removal of intermediate slabs. These new spaces have been fitted with the very latest technology and spectacular lighting, as in the case of the ground floor lobby, where the imposing 300 m2 vaulted ceiling is equipped with a multimedia LED screen. The installations were renewed in all the remodelled areas. On the top two storeys, the 15th and 16th floors, luxury bedrooms and duplex suites were created which required certain structural interventions. The use of the very finest materials and the care taken with the finishes further reinforces the quality of the interior design.
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