The Singular Hotel, Puerto Bories – Patagonia

February 19th, 2013 by retail design blog

The Singular Patagonia is a hotel that uses history as an inspiration for the present. What used to be a post-Victorian industrial complex has been transformed into a spacious hotel with 57 luxury seafront rooms that boast breathtaking views of the Chilean fjords. The contrast between the softer, natural background of the locale and the harsher, industrial interiors creates depth in the vacationing experience.

Such a discrepancy plays into the hotel’s division of public and private spaces; the rough stony walls and metal light fixtures in the common areas help underline the calming and almost therapeutic getaway of the transparent glazing and white furnishings in the individual suites.


http://blog.gessato.com/2013/01/25/the-singular-hotel-puerto-bories-patagonia/

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2 thoughts on “The Singular Hotel, Puerto Bories – Patagonia

  1. Great stunning images! Who was the photographer? Great job! 🙂

  2. Erin Bates says:

    All of the photos except three were taken by Erin Bates in Puerto Natales, Chile
    Cheers

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