A hotel in Sweden gets a pavilion draped with perforated aluminium

The Common Office have designed a pavilion for the Best Western Hotel Baltic, in Sundsvall, Sweden.

 

A hotel in Sweden gets a pavilion draped with perforated aluminium

Photography by Mikael Olsson

The designer’s description

Sundsvall’s 1900s traditional cityscape is characterized by the classicistic architecture.

A hotel in Sweden gets a pavilion draped with perforated aluminium

Photography by Mikael Olsson

The expression of the pavilion borders architecture of the contemporary and the past.

A hotel in Sweden gets a pavilion draped with perforated aluminium

Photography by Mikael Olsson

Similar to a baldaquin, the pavilion is draped with cloth of perforated aluminium.

A hotel in Sweden gets a pavilion draped with perforated aluminium

Photography by Mikael Olsson

The perforated aluminum sheets give the building different expressions depending on the light and time of the day.

A hotel in Sweden gets a pavilion draped with perforated aluminium

Photography by Mikael Olsson

A hotel in Sweden gets a pavilion draped with perforated aluminium

Photography by Mikael Olsson

A hotel in Sweden gets a pavilion draped with perforated aluminium

Photography by Mikael Olsson

A hotel in Sweden gets a pavilion draped with perforated aluminium

Photography by Mikael Olsson

A hotel in Sweden gets a pavilion draped with perforated aluminium

Photography by Mikael Olsson