Coppersmith Hotel by Hassel, Melbourne – Australia

March 2nd, 2015 by retail design blog

The Coppersmith Hotel was a complex design & construct project which saw a new hotel constructed behind the original 1890’s façade. The project involved demolition of the existing structure whilst retaining the South and West facades, with new steel structure from the ground to roof. Plus a 1,000m² fitout of three floors consisting of a restaurant, bar, 15 boutique hotel rooms and a roof top terrace. The basement has been extended and a lift installed. The project team managed design and overcame significant challenges with facade retention, site access and existing conditions.

Design: Hassel
Photography: James Morgan / Dianna Snape

via Project Group

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One thought on “Coppersmith Hotel by Hassel, Melbourne – Australia

  1. Gladys says:

    I will agree with you ameradnanassoc, the interior design is amazing and stunning. Bigger space and the combination of the paint and furniture is great. Rooms are huge enough for a single traveler or many. Indeed, the hotel design is such a brilliant idea.

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