Outstanding Hotel Design to be Built in Lima, in front of the Pacific Ocean

Remarkable building silhouette, amazing location and exquisite amenities, this is the picture of the “Unbalanced Hotel” which will be built by OOIIO Architecture for a private client, an Latin American promoter, who wants to create an innovative and worldwide recognizable building with accessible investment. We’re sure that after you’ll see the following pictures, you’ll be as amazed as we by the design concept of this hotel.


Suggestive entitled “Unbalanced Hotel”, the building’s unique  and futuristic shape hanging on a cliff seems more a fantasy, then something to be built in reality. The project is really special we think because it has the ability for catching instantly everyone’s attention and will surely become a landmark for those 8 million inhabitants of Lima, and the whole Peru. It’s for sure a project to be watched. The hotel will be built in a very quiet area outside the city centre of Lima, Peru. In fact, besides its peculiar shape, it will overlook astonishing views of Pacific Ocean, because it will be placed right in the proximity of the Andes to the Pacific Ocean.

The interesting yet not very friendly topography won’t be a barrier to building the Unbalanced Hotel, on the contrary, the architects took advantage of this fact in designing its surprising and original look. They’ll opt for a frame-building instead of a traditional one in order not to obstruct the magnificent views and landscape, and the observer will appreciate both the surroundings and the building itself. Hanging on a cliff with a relative height, the Unbalanced Hotel is really something you don’t see everyday, the perfect “frame” to attract people and activities into it. It will feature 125 rooms, but it will be given a great attention to conference rooms, restaurants, meeting rooms, exhibitions, etc.





Photos © OOIIO Architecture


Project details:

Status: Design Development.
Location: Lima, Peru.
Area: 16.070 m2.
Design: OOIIO Architecture.
Team: Joaquín Millán Villamuelas, Lourdes Martinez Nieto, Cristina Vicario del Cojo, Patricia Moreno Blasco.
Client: Private.


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