A great hotel project which called The Blues Point Hotel Outdoor Terrace is completed designed by the Carter Williamson Architects in Sydney, Australia. The Blues Point Hotel is required an outdoor terrace which is enjoyable to be in but respected the residential neighbors, it is by keeping the noise down and maintaining the privacy. By infilling the original L shaped plan and meeting the interior spaces at the floor level, the deck unifies the internal spaces of the pub. The hotel in an instant feels familiar yet infinitely bigger; it is by opening up the best rooms and giving them back to the hotel and inviting these spaces to share in the joy of the deck.
The terrace wall is designed in a curved shape which is constructed from a wooden material. From the outer space, this terrace walls is also functioned as a hotel facade. So effective! This walls have several vertical window which is glass installed.
While responding in part to the wonderful curves in the art deco form of the existing hotel, the curve linear from of the deck is meanders around a 30 m tall Norfolk Pine, deflects and absorb the noise. To embrace the patrons, provide the open, exposed spaces, private and secreted nooks, the warm and inviting walls are designed to live in.
Which is blinkering patrons from the neighbor’s gardens; the windows punch the slender holes in the tall walls. The playfulness of the deck adds to the relaxing experience of a lunch or a few quite drinks on a sunny afternoon or a night out with buddy.
Visit the Carter Williamson Architects website – here.