International Resorts

Working alongside existing operators and new developers we have produced concept plans and feasibility studies for a number of international hotel sites, ranging from luxury resort studies in Moscow, Sicily, the Saharan fringe and central Chengdu, China.

Chengdu Towers Hotel in China involved the development of a luxury hotel within a twin tower site above a 5 storey retail complex in central Chengdu, China. In addition to the hotels, the complex contains Spa facilities, office and residential spaces.  A hotel/ serviced apartment tower forms half of the twin tower proposal, complementing the office tower. The two towers are linked by a sculptural bridge that forms a dramatic ‘gateway’ into the site.

In the Sahara desert our proposal involved a 4 star eco-hotel and leisure resort situated at the foot of a rocky mountain range. The scheme provides 53 double rooms, 3 wheelchair accessible double rooms, 3 family suites and 1 presidential suite. The hotel acts as a base from which the surrounding desert can be enjoyed and explored. The building is designed to be a focus of leisure activities including desert excursions, ballooning, stargazing and visits to cave engravings.

International Resorts

Working alongside existing operators and new developers we have produced concept plans and feasibility studies for a number of international hotel sites, ranging from luxury resort studies in Moscow, Sicily, the Saharan fringe and central Chengdu, China.

Chengdu Towers Hotel in China involved the development of a luxury hotel within a twin tower site above a 5 storey retail complex in central Chengdu, China. In addition to the hotels, the complex contains Spa facilities, office and residential spaces.  A hotel/ serviced apartment tower forms half of the twin tower proposal, complementing the office tower. The two towers are linked by a sculptural bridge that forms a dramatic ‘gateway’ into the site.

In the Sahara desert our proposal involved a 4 star eco-hotel and leisure resort situated at the foot of a rocky mountain range. The scheme provides 53 double rooms, 3 wheelchair accessible double rooms, 3 family suites and 1 presidential suite. The hotel acts as a base from which the surrounding desert can be enjoyed and explored. The building is designed to be a focus of leisure activities including desert excursions, ballooning, stargazing and visits to cave engravings.