Chiswick Clayton Hotel Extension
Following the successful launch of the original hotel for which Project Orange designed the interiors, we were appointed as the architect for a £12m extension to the original property. The present hotel is a conversion of a redundant 1960's office block with the design concept 'West Coast/West London'. The extension provides 85 additional bedrooms and conference and banqueting facilities above extensive basement car parking.
Replacing low-rise buildings on an industrial estate to the rear of the hotel, the extension also abuts the rear gardens of Victorian houses, the boundary of a neighbouring conservation area. The new extension places a double height function room at basement level along this boundary topped with a fully landscaped roof garden. This minimizes impact on the neighbouring houses and provides an attractive outlook to a four storey block of bedrooms built along the street line. The extension is fully integrated with the existing hotel at ground floor level where a new reception, lobby and breakfast room have been created.
The bedroom block is an elegant composition of projecting black brick bays set against a white brick spine, all above a fully glazed street level arcade. This provides copious daylight to the double height concourse serving the conference and banqueting facilities. The monochrome palette of the exterior of the building is carried through into the interior design of the bedrooms which marry black and white finishes with pale oak and signature accent colours in bold graphic print textiles.
Project Orange have been both the architect and interior designer for the £6m make-over of the Swan Hotel in Southwold
Our hotel extension at the Chiswick Clayton Hotel in London has completed.
Our 85 bedroom extension to the original hotel is just about complete!
The landscaping at roof level is taking shape as the extension is nearing completion!
Concrete works are well underway for our extension to the Chiswick Moran Hotel.
New sister hotel for the Chiswick Moran.