Hotel L'Ermitage, Tallinn

Author: Indrek Allmann
Location: Toompuiestee 19, Tallinn
Surface area: 3054 m²
Year: 2003
Client: Toluca Invest OÜ


The project for the hotel was created in the framework of a design contest. The approximate room plan presented by the client was used as basis. The placement of the hotel building on the plot and the architectonics, to a certain extent, are affected by the requirements provided in the detailed plan. The architectural solution of the building is simple and calmly modern. The classical building is structured with forms of a more casual approach arising from practical needs. The strongest accent is the entrance part cutting into the building and encompassing the first two storeys. The glass part of the entrance is supported by light grey cuts in the sides of the building and on the roof. The facades of the building facing the street are covered with blocks of so-called black copper that stress reliability and timelessness. The fa?ade facing the yard boasts a happier and more colourful image as a contrast, introducing sunlight to the interior part of a quarter ravaged by wear and tear.


Hotel L'Ermitage, Tallinn

Author: Indrek Allmann
Location: Toompuiestee 19, Tallinn
Surface area: 3054 m²
Year: 2003
Client: Toluca Invest OÜ


The project for the hotel was created in the framework of a design contest. The approximate room plan presented by the client was used as basis. The placement of the hotel building on the plot and the architectonics, to a certain extent, are affected by the requirements provided in the detailed plan. The architectural solution of the building is simple and calmly modern. The classical building is structured with forms of a more casual approach arising from practical needs. The strongest accent is the entrance part cutting into the building and encompassing the first two storeys. The glass part of the entrance is supported by light grey cuts in the sides of the building and on the roof. The facades of the building facing the street are covered with blocks of so-called black copper that stress reliability and timelessness. The fa?ade facing the yard boasts a happier and more colourful image as a contrast, introducing sunlight to the interior part of a quarter ravaged by wear and tear.


Hotel L'Ermitage, Tallinn

Author: Indrek Allmann
Location: Toompuiestee 19, Tallinn
Surface area: 3054 m²
Year: 2003
Client: Toluca Invest OÜ


The project for the hotel was created in the framework of a design contest. The approximate room plan presented by the client was used as basis. The placement of the hotel building on the plot and the architectonics, to a certain extent, are affected by the requirements provided in the detailed plan. The architectural solution of the building is simple and calmly modern. The classical building is structured with forms of a more casual approach arising from practical needs. The strongest accent is the entrance part cutting into the building and encompassing the first two storeys. The glass part of the entrance is supported by light grey cuts in the sides of the building and on the roof. The facades of the building facing the street are covered with blocks of so-called black copper that stress reliability and timelessness. The fa?ade facing the yard boasts a happier and more colourful image as a contrast, introducing sunlight to the interior part of a quarter ravaged by wear and tear.


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