Hospitality Architecture1970 Industrial Building Transformed into a Hotel in Munich

1970 Industrial Building Transformed into a Hotel in Munich

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Munich-based Arnold/Werner architects transformed the top two floors of a 1970s industrial building into The Flushing Meadows Hotel & Bar.

Located in one of Munich’s most vibrant districts—Glockenbach, the building was a former post office and its façade has been left unchanged. The architects worked with the rather high ceilings to create 11 light-filled loft studios on the third floor. Attention to detail entails that the staircase built for the connection between the top floors was fashioned in the same industrial, loft-like style of the rest of the building. Via Design Hotels

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