Leman Locke is a recently developed apart-hotel, designed by Grzywinski+Pons in the unfolding East London neighborhood of Aldgate.
The design-led apart-hotel is for those who want to test the current status of bustling London and experience the eccentric and genuine. It engages you in its neighbourhood’s culture through Scandinavian-like open spaces, connecting people to the like-minded locals and travellers.
As Grzywinski+Pons faced challenges with the construction tower, they couldn’t lean on the building to divide the room space. However with these structural changes, Mutina Tierras was incorporated, scrapping the standard flat wall coverings with the experimentation of a 3D brick walls.
The Architects also added their prioritisation of “light, warmth and texture.” Thanks to the rhombus shape of the Mutina Rombini tile, it illustrates a 3D appearance in order to create a high aesthetic design with shadows of light and darkness on the surface.
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Images courtesy of Nicholas Worley and Mutina.