مشاهدة النسخة كاملة : موسوعة كاملة عن الفنادق (hotels)


همس المشاعر
21-10-2010, 07:46 PM
هاي كيفكم

طبعا بما اني سنة خامسة عندي مشروع تخرج فندق

وحاليا عم بعمل بحثي التخرج ف مر عليي كتير انواع فنادق موجودة في العالم

شي احنا ما شفناه ولا رح نشوف متلو ببلادنا عالأقل بالوقت الحالي

لهيك حبيت اشاركم فيها كل فترة رح انزل صور لفندق منهم

وبنفس الوقت رح انزل مخططات معمارية لكل فندق ليستفيد اي طالب في المستقبل حابب يعمل بحث عن الفنادق

وانشالله رح استمر بالموضوع لانقل اكبر عدد من الفنادق الموجودة في العالم .

راما
21-10-2010, 07:51 PM
فكرة حلوة كتير همس
بانتظار الصور والله يعينك ع مشروع التخرج وان شاء الله بتتخرجي على خير

همس المشاعر
21-10-2010, 08:03 PM
Taj Hotel Competition Entry / Yazdani Studio

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LA based architects Yazdani Studio (http://www.yazdanistudio.com/) shared with us the Taj Lands End Hotel competition entry in Mumbai, India (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/india/).
In a single sweeping gesture, the “wave” gathers the multitude of public and private spaces within the new hotel into a seamless composition, immediately iconic against the rectilinear skyline of Mumbai. This graceful arc also echoes the form of multiple bays that make up the city’s western edge, and makes visual reference to the new Sea Link Bridge adjacent to the site.

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At the trough of the wave along its western and southern edges is a cascade of terraces and decks, which extend the outdoor event spaces of the hotel into the foreshore area and connect them to the sea’s edge beyond. Within its generous base, lobbies, banquet spaces, restaurants and retail functions surround a rising sky lit atrium. The arc of the wave rises towards the north end of the site, offering the rooms within dramatic city and sea views, and also preserving views from Taj Lands End. At mid-height are hotel guest suites, and above it are articulated private residences with spectacular views and windswept verandahs, that create a distinguished termination point at the crest. Rather than being composed of a set of facades, the hotel is expressed as a refined volume shaped by parallel fins which rise, fall, bend and extend to encompass multiple spatial experiences. From this rhythmic form, entrances are carved, canopies and terraces extended, public spaces revealed, and sea views framed. The arrangement of the fins is responsive to solar direction – fins run vertically along the east and west façades and horizontally along the south façade, protecting the building from direct sunlight. A complementary architectural expression is extended to the eastern side of the project, to swath the existing Taj Lands End hotel and its expansion so that both hotels read together as a single, elegant composition.

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The materials’ palette extends the expression of inherent luxury – we suggest the use of local stone, polished wood and fabric that are opulent by virtue of natural texture, tone, pattern, and in the manner they reflect or transmit light. By day, the stone-clad forms of the hotels will appear serene, at dusk they will turn opalescent as they capture the colours of the setting sun, and by night they will glow with light within. This design approach reflects the understated elegance of the Taj luxury brand, building upon the site and its inherent potential, and presenting a timeless architectural statement for a landmark project.

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همس المشاعر
21-10-2010, 08:04 PM
فكرة حلوة كتير همس
بانتظار الصور والله يعينك ع مشروع التخرج وان شاء الله بتتخرجي على خير


تسلمي حبيبتي انشالله :)

مشكوورة عالمرور

fatoom dweikat
21-10-2010, 10:14 PM
nice rama

♀ + ♂ = しѺ√乇

ممم بس شو هالفنادق اشي نار من الاخر

~هذيان روح~
21-10-2010, 10:16 PM
فكره مميزه وعرض جميل من احلا مهندسة بالدنيا
سلمت يداااااااكي

همس المشاعر
23-10-2010, 01:07 AM
nice rama

♀ + ♂ = しѺ√乇

ممم بس شو هالفنادق اشي نار من الاخر


ممممممم مشكورة على مرورك فطوم
منورة حبيبتي :)

همس المشاعر
23-10-2010, 01:08 AM
فكره مميزه وعرض جميل من احلا مهندسة بالدنيا


سلمت يداااااااكي


وايديكي حلا الروح

نورتي شكرا عالمرور

نجمة مضيئة
23-10-2010, 09:00 AM
الله يعطيكي العافية
فكرة كثير حلوة
انشاالله تجيبي امتياز بمشروع التخرج

همس المشاعر
25-10-2010, 05:42 PM
الله يعطيكي العافية
فكرة كثير حلوة
انشاالله تجيبي امتياز بمشروع التخرج


الله يعافيكي

انا انشالله رح استمر بالموضوع بس شوي شوي

وانشالله بتستفيدي منو اذا في يوم صادفك تصميم فندق

مشكورة على مروك :)

همس المشاعر
28-10-2010, 08:24 PM
South West Hotel Competition proposal / Henn Architects

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Henn Architects have won second price in the international competition to design the new South West Hotel in Beijing (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/beijing/), China (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/china/). The proposal was designed by Henn Architects Design & Research Studio HENNStudioB (http://www.studio-b.org). You can see more images and architect’s description after the break.


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Context
The site of the South West Hotel is located next to a major traffic junction of the West Fourth Ring Road and Lianhua Road in Beijing (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/beijing/). The project is a multi-functional building complex, integrating three major programs: hotel, commerce and office. The South West Hotel sets new standards for contemporary sustainable building design creating a green landmark for the city of Beijing (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/beijing/).

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Design Concept – Oasis
The basic functions of the five-star hotel include accommodation (340 rooms) for business clientele with supporting facilities such as conference rooms and a multi-function hall. The commercial part comprises street shops, flagship stores, a department store, cinemas, restaurants, clubs and cafés. The office part is intended for short term leasing of high end enterprises.
All the program units loop around a central courtyard peaking in a five-star hotel. From the distance the overall complex creates a clearly identifiable landmark. The ascending curves of the volume are a reference to the dynamics of the context. The internal courtyard shields from the noise and the hectic pace of the city creating a retreat for guests and customers- a green oasis. It is a shared communal space connecting the various programs.


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Façade
The different spatial qualities between the exterior (city) and the interior (courtyard) are reflected in the building envelope. The inner façade appears open and transparent. Horizontal bands form balconies and outdoor gardens – secluded getaways for exchange and relaxation.
The outer façade is a double layered multifunctional skin. It consolidates the miscellaneous programs behind a homogenous, large scaled surface. This surface serves as the screen for media and light installations during day and night. A matrix of LED light units supplements and surrounds a central high-end LED screen displaying commercials. The low resolution media installation (LED lights) works as a visual amplifier augmenting and abstracting the commercial content over the entire building façade


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For enhancing the visual presence and transmittance of advertising to the surrounding, Henn Architects proposes the construction of an “Architectural Advertising Amplifier” (AAmp). A very large scaled matrix of LED light units supplements and surrounds a central high-end LED screen displaying commercials. Specialized artistic software is used to automatically analyze and transform the moving images on the commercial LED billboard into an ever changing visual color-echo displayed on the surrounding low resolution AAmp screen installation in real time. By overlaying the displayed content with an aluminum mesh, the light gets abstracted while focusing the eye on the sharply displayed images and videos of the high resolution screen. In this way the low resolution media installation works as a visual amplifier augmenting the commercial content over the building’s facade and reaching a scale which is relevant to the architecture as well as to its urban context.

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Architects: Henn Architects (http://www.henn.com/)
Location: Beijing (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/beijing/), China (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/china/)
Design Team: Leander Adrian, Daniel da Rocha, Martin Henn, Markus Jacobi, Daniel Kraffczyk, Klaus Ransmayr, Max Schwitalla, Rainer Sladek, Sun Wei, Wang Zhenming



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انتهى :)

همس المشاعر
28-10-2010, 08:34 PM
Pazhou Hotel / Aedas

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International firm Aedas (http://www.aedas.com/) designed a new hotel and mixed-use development for Guangzhou (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/guangzhou/), China (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/china/). The complex, which will be completed in 2012, is centrally located within an existing exhibition zone. While the project fronts directly onto one side of the water, the location affords views to the water from both directions. “The design strives to be unique and iconic to give the project a strong and comfortable identity within its surroundings, aiding in its success among competing neighbors.”
More about the project and more images after the break.


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Sliding floor plates break down the bulky mass and allow light to enter the inner exhibition hall. The lower levels include multiple levels of retail spaces, an exhibition hall and eateries, and there is a connection to a subway station on the lower floor

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The lobby, which straddles the other side of the pre-function concourse for the exhibition hall, has stacked support spaces until the fourth floor where these supporting functions have space to open up horizontally.

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A grand 60 meter atrium ties all these activities together, which is surrounded by the hotel rooms of the tower.

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As seen on designboom (http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/9/view/9938/aedas-pazhou-hotel.html).
Guangzhou (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/guangzhou/), PRC
Client: Nan Fung China (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/china/) Development ltd.
GFA: 159,142 sq.m.
Completion date: 2012



انتهى .

همس المشاعر
28-10-2010, 08:39 PM
Kefalonia Hotel / Divercity Architects

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For their latest hotel design in Kefalonia (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/kefalonia/), Greece (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/greece/), Divercity Architects (http://www.divercityarchitects.com/) intended to blend this contemporary hotel with the vernacular architecture of the surroundings. Due to the site conditions, the hotel conforms to the sloping topology of the steep hill it rests on and then breaks into four distinct strands that divide the site into north and south plots. While fifteen luxury villas occupy the northern plot, the southern portion contains gardens and areas for relaxation. The facade is clad in operable perforated wooden panels that both serve to separate and extend the private living space into the outdoors.

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انتهى

Salam8989
02-11-2010, 06:39 PM
والله الفندق اللي اسمو Pazhou Hotel لو حسبت انو راح اربح فيه مليون ما بنزل للعطاء تاعو لانو اكيد راح اخسر بخوف شكلو
بس السؤال ستيل ولا كونكريت اللي زي الكتب مصفطة فوق بعضيها؟

همس المشاعر
25-12-2010, 06:41 PM
والله الفندق اللي اسمو pazhou hotel لو حسبت انو راح اربح فيه مليون ما بنزل للعطاء تاعو لانو اكيد راح اخسر بخوف شكلو
بس السؤال ستيل ولا كونكريت اللي زي الكتب مصفطة فوق بعضيها؟


بما انو باين من كلامك انو انتا هندسة مدنية ف اجابة هالسؤال مفروض تكون عليك مو عليي
لانو انتا اعرف مين رح يحمل المبنى اكتر

انا ما قرأت كل المعلومات الموجودة بس من الصورة باين انو المبنى كامل من كوكنكريت وزجاج ,,,
والستيل استخدامو مقتصر عالتفاصيل اللي عالزجاج

شكرا الك عالمرور

همس المشاعر
25-12-2010, 06:51 PM
Axis Viana Hotel / VHM

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Architectural photographer Nelson Garrido (http://www.ngphoto.com.pt/) shared with us an amazing set of photos for the Axis Viana Hotel by VHM (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/vhm/) in Viana do Castelo. This Business & Spa Hotel is an ode to cantilevering, as you can see on the section shown below.


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The overlapping stacked volumes generate a series of different perspectives, ranging from a full box in a frontal view, to a complex column when seen from the sides. The 2 lower levels have a concrete structure, with the rest of the boxes resolved in a steel structure sitting on top of it.




Architecture: VHM (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/vhm/) I Departamento de Arquitectura: Jorge Sodré Albuquerque, Ana Luísa Almeida, José Magno
Coordinator: Jorge Sodré Albuquerque
Team: Isabel Flamínio, Rui Silva, Eduardo Brito, Carlos Sousa, Pedro Couto
Structure: A400
Services: VHM (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/vhm/), Gestão e Coordenação de projectos
Landscape: Nuno Viterbo
Construction Management: Vítor Hugo Leal Gomes, Carlos Xavier
Contractor: Europa Arlindo, Scout, Fernando Coelho Unipessoal Lda.
Decoration: Gaston y Daniela
Year: 2003-2008
Photographer: Nelson Garrido – NG Photo (http://www.ngphoto.com.pt/)



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همس المشاعر
25-12-2010, 07:01 PM
Sheraton Incheon Hotel in Korea / HOK

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The new 300-room, five-star-rated Sheraton (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/sheraton/) Incheon (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/incheon/) Hotel recently opened in New Songdo City, Korea, offering a new state-of-the-art facility in the heart of a new urban center.
HOK (http://www.hok.com/) provided architectural design, landscape design and sustainable design services for the new 500,000-square-foot, LEED® certified hotel.
More images and architect’s description after the break.
Adjacent to the city’s new Convention Center, the Northeast Asia Trade Tower and a large retail mall, the hotel is connected to the buildings through a series of plazas and landscaped areas, and underground by a parking structure spanning the site. The tower section of the hotel includes 300 guestrooms and suites, a presidential suite and an executive lounge on the top floor. Hotel amenities, including ballrooms, function rooms, spa, gym, pool, restaurants and bar, are located on the five lower levels of the wing adjacent to the tower.
Sustainable strategies helped guide the hotel design. The façades of the hotel rooms are faceted to minimize the exposure to direct solar gain, and this reduced solar load is shaded further by custom vertical sunshading devices.
“The facades of the guestroom tower were specifically designed to be broken into four-story-tall, two-room-wide modules that are fractured and angled further away from direct solar radiation,” says HOK (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/hok/) New York Design Director Kenneth Drucker, FAIA, LEED AP. “As a final detail, each of these modules is shaded by two, four-story-tall perforated aluminum sunshades.” The lower, amenity wing of the hotel is wrapped in a reflective, metal roof that shades portions of the glazed facades below.
New Songdo City exists as a prototype model of new city expansion and development, designed to be self-sustaining neighborhoods with connective links to surrounding urban centers. It is located on the west coast of Korea, and is connected to the new Incheon (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/incheon/) International Airport by Yeongjong Bridge, and ties to the existing urban context of Incheon (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/incheon/). The major transportation links define a central zone of the city where a denser zone of commercial and mixed-use projects surround a large central park.
Within the master plan of the New Songdo City urban center, HOK (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/hok/) is also design architect for four separate mixed-use projects. Spanning the length of the northern edge of the park are Blocks D22, D23 and D24, which are mixed-use development sites of residential and commercial space.
HOK (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/hok/) is a global architectural firm that specializes in planning, design and delivery solutions for buildings and communities. Through its collaborative network of 23 offices worldwide, the firm serves diverse clients within the corporate, commercial, public and institutional markets. HOK (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/hok/) is committed to developing resources and expertise to help lead the world toward sustainable communities and building environments. Founded in 1955, the firm’s expertise includes architecture, engineering, interiors, planning, lighting, graphics, facilities planning and assessment and construction services.

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همس المشاعر
29-12-2010, 01:43 AM
Paineiras Hotel Complex / Hepner, Cossia, Payar, Brych, Gonçalves & Messano

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Oct 2009

By Karen Cilento (http://www.archdaily.com/author/karen/) — Filed under: Awarded Competitions (http://www.archdaily.com/category/awarded-competitions/) ,Hotels and Restaurants (http://www.archdaily.com/category/hotels-and-restaurants/) ,News (http://www.archdaily.com/category/news/) , Alexandre Hepner (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/alexandre-hepner/), Brazil (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/brazil/), Denis Cossia (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/denis-cossia/), João Paulo Payar (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/joao-paulo-payar/), Paineiras Hotel Complex (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/paineiras-hotel-complex/), Rafael Brych (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/rafael-brych/), Ricardo Gonçalves (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/ricardo-goncalves/), Ricardo Messano (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/ricardo-messano/), Rio de Janeiro (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/rio-de-janeiro/)


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A young firm from São Paulo, Brazil (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/brazil/) received an Honorable Mention for their Paineiras Hotel Complex (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/paineiras-hotel-complex/) design in Rio de Janeiro (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/rio-de-janeiro/). The architects, Alexandre Hepner (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/alexandre-hepner/), Denis Cossia (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/denis-cossia/), João Paulo Payar (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/joao-paulo-payar/), Rafael Brych (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/rafael-brych/), Ricardo Gonçalves (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/ricardo-goncalves/), and environmental design consultant Ricardo Messano (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/ricardo-messano/), designed a complex that would be functional and “allow perfect fruition of the beautiful panoramic view and the close contact with nature.” The strategy reflects “the intention of harmonizing the intervention with the existing context, thought without denying the contemporary character of such intervention nor hiding its presence among the surrounding forest and the old hotel building.”
More about the hotel after the break.

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The proposal is located in Tijuca National Park which is less than a mile from the famous statue of Christ the Redeemer. Comprised of a visitor center for the monument and the national park, an eco-tourism hotel, and a convention center, the new Paineiras Hotel takes into consideration the environmental impacts of the project while providing ample spaces for the estimated number of future tourists (due to increase sharply with the World Cup coming to Brazil (http://www.archdaily.com/tag/brazil/) in 2014 followed by the Olympics in Rio in 2016).

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The largest part of the new built volume, with one underground and two semi-underground levels, will be for a tourist transfer station and related activities. The roofing of the last parking level becomes an extension of the plaza and expands the available spaces for visitor activities which are organized in different volumes. An angular shaped green roof covers the plaza and protects the pedestrian spaces from the weather, visually restores the forest canopy and reduces the environmental impact that would have been caused by the loss of the site’s permeability.

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The eco-tourism hotel retrofits the existing historic hotel, which has been in disrepair for decades. Due to the team’s consideration of historic importance, the proposal preserves the hotel’s front and back exterior walls. In between these two restored walls, the new hotel will be erected, with steel-framed structure and pre-cast concrete slabs. These walls block 80% of the solar radiation focused on the western facade of the building, while the gap between the new hotel and old walls provides airstream ventilation which prevents excessive heat transfer to the building.


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The access lobby is also a blend of the new and old as a set of 6 original pillars were kept “as a testimony of the structure that previously existed in the same place” and a new atrium extends to the top of the building. A pre-existing porch, which serves as the entrance to the restaurant and provides views of the Christ monument, will be kept exactly as it was more than a century ago. A “platform of light” is placed under the porch, “strengthening the contemplative function of these places


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To avoid large movements of earth and disturbances in the site configuration, the volumes use a green layer to “merge the constructed mass into a powerful green pavilion that emerges from the forest”.

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The proposal investigates a strategy of working off an existing condition to meet the modern needs of the user. This international competition and its results serve as a preview of some of the great architectural projects to expect from the area in the coming years

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