The Miura Hotel does not belong to the group of average hotels, because the whole construction is not only about the building itself, but the connection of architecture, art, design and graphic, which together make a unique complex. This concept was created by Czech architectural firm Labor 13.
The suggestive building of the hotel is located on a flat plain among the hills of Beskydy Mountains; furthermore with its location it became a part of the famous Golf Course and perfectly fits into the country. The north and the south facades have different looks, so the south part is full of random vertical windows, while the north facade is structured with large windows. In point of materials, mostly natural ones, like concrete, glass or stone were used, matched with the minimalistic grey, white, fuchsia/magenta colors.
The center of the building serves as the functional center of the hotel, so here is the main entrance, the reception and a restaurant on the second floor with glass walls and panoramic views. The rooms can be found on the west and the east part of the building with the main view of the Golf Course. The basement gives place to conference rooms and a spa complex that is naturally illuminated by huge glass walls; in addition the castellated shape of the building helps to relieve the design and the masterpieces from the best Czech and international artists like Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst or David Černý.
Photographs: Soucek – Vomastek – Straka via ArchDaily