Architecture and Design
A colourful and dynamic landscape
Poplar Tree Avenue - The hotel approach is conceived as a sequence of landscape elements creating a rather grand approach through tree lined vistas.
Living Sculpture - Referring to the hotel, Richard Coutts commented, "We have created a piece of living sculpture that flows around the edge of the lake". The sinuous building form of the future hotel will wrap around the lake like waves on water and is designed to follow the path of the sun so that not only will every bedroom have a view of the beautiful lake, but will also capture as much sunlight as is possible. A three-storey reception atrium is the heart of the building and the hotel will be divided into facetted bedroom and balcony units while being screened by series of horizontal stone-coloured external shading and balustrade louvres.
Peninsular of tranquillity - The spa will feature a 20-metre pool, hot and cold plunge pools, sauna and steam facilities, treatment rooms with fitness studio, and boasts duel aspect views over the lakes. The internal pool encourages a holistic feeling of inhabiting nature due to its continuous glass facade to the water's edge and woodlands beyond. An external natural pool creates the illusion of actually swimming in the lake.
The 104-bedroom boutique hotel has been planned also to cater for conferences, meetings and weddings topped off by a roof-top bar and terrace offering panoramic views over the Tyram site and the nature reserve.
The site also houses 125 luxurious designer-styled lakeside and floating lodges, plus 200 stunning woodland lodges constructed to the highest Tyram standards. The avant-garde eco lodges blend into the landscape providing a perfect getaway with natural spaces allowing the guest the perfect opportunity to recharge and relax.
The floating lodges are the epitome of luxury and sophistication with the fittings provided and styled by the renowned Italian fashion house Armani brands.
All the eco lodges receive the attention of interior design from Rachel McLane, a multi award-winning design consultancy with specialist experience in concept design, design detailing and space planning.
With her related work on the Tyram development, Rachel has received support from luminaries such as Cosentino, Hansgrohe, Roca, Bolon, Dekton, Silent Gliss, Sunbury Design, Chesney's, Egger, and Armani itself.
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