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Friday, July 10, 2009

Today's archidose #332

Here are a couple views of the Portland Harbor Hotel -- the "addition of a 5-story contemporary glass volume and expansion of an existing hotel into an adjacent historic structure" -- in Portland, Maine by Archetype Architects. Photographs are by KMGough.





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5 comments:

  1. Great use of old curtains. That must be one hot building in the summer time!

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  2. Hurray. Contextual & sustainable building design a' la Mies is back!

    Hotel rooms fully glazed? perfect!

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  3. I generally approve, although I wish the windows were recessed a bit into the facade so it didn't seem so paper-thin of a structure, compared to the more textured surfaces of its neighbors.

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  4. the lightings increased the importance of shops. It glitters and i think it is one of the most attractive site among all previous sites.

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