Rooms Hotel Khazbegi
Khazbegi, Georgia 2012
As “Rooms Hotel” is situated in magical Caucasian mountains, Rooms wanted to create a dream hotel. The mountainous environment and the existing structure of a former tourist center from soviet times were considered when creating the mood of the hotels exterior and interior design created by Rooms is simple. Looking at this former soviet Tourist Center’s building exterior structure and cladding, it is obvious that it has been designed based on the surrounding environment. If you observe the exterior from a distance, at a particular angle, you read the mountaintops as the building’s roof design. The façade is decorated with wood & metal partitions dividing the rooms and balconies while creating vertical and horizontal lines, which give the entire building a simple, geometric look. The exact same concept is perceived in the tones and the shapes of the structure. These features both organically compliment the great outdoors and we can dare say that this building adds to the beauty of the landscape. The presence of the specific wood finish on such a green environment is breathtakingly dynamic and inviting. The effect of a mountain lodge in a mod structure is perceived with a great success.
The use of natural materials in the interior creates “mountain hotel” style, where guests feel themselves immediately at home. The ambiance of the lobby is very contemporary, with elements of industrial design combined with comfortable leather armchairs found in a club or cigar lounge. Bookshelves divide the space and create comfortable space with the privacy encountered in a living room.
The mountainous environment and the existing structure of a former tourist center from soviet times were considered when creating the mood of the hotels exterior and interior design created by Rooms is simple .The wooden facade and balconies built of steel create vertical and horizontal lines, giving the entire building a simple, geometric look. The shapes and colors reflect the surrounding the Kazbegi mountains.
Courtesy of Rooms Hotels