Hotel Zenden by Wiel Arets Architects
by Harry / July 29, 2013
Three monumental town houses, an interior completely clad in white, a pool in the basement, define the Zenden, a hotel designed by Wiel Arets near the river Maas in Maastricht, the Netherlands.


"The hotel's history begins in the late 1960s, and originally contained only a pool for swimming lessons. Over the years other functions such as hotel rooms and a Judo school were implemented into the program." says Arets.


"During the renovation, the scattered program was recrystallized into an iconographical and integrated whole. Newly created openings in the hotel's walls allow for views between all areas of the new program, as well to as the exterior." More at Archinect.

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