The City Hotel Nap Station at Peradeniya,Kandy- Sri Lanka

The City Hotel Nap Station at Peradeniya,Kandy- Sri Lanka

About the project

Architectural Design

The City Hotel Nap Station is the first of a new brand of pod-style hotels located in the mediterranean hillside city of Peradeniya. The overall interior project of The City Hotel Nap Station is at the intersection of modern prosperity and obsolescence. The new and old neighborhoods present the changes and connections of the city, bringing new propositions about urban renewal. We used the light source to create two different atmospheres to realize the scene change for different emotions and also managed a small space for a comfortable living space. It’s realizing multiple functions within the boundaries of order and brings people a fresh and dynamic urban experience.

Project Details
Size3000 sqft
Location Kandy-Sri Lanka
Project start 2019 January
Project finish 2020 February
Value 15 Million

Eagle Regency Boutique Hotel at Kandy – Sri Lanka

About the project

Architectural Design

Our design intention is to offer guests a time and place to naturally absorb the sense of luxury lifestyle from the spatial experience touchpoints suggesting in the space programming, choices of materials, material treatments, and the use of traditional construction details. On arrival, this three-story hotel is outstanding from the steel gateway, modified from the continuous boutique, a signature architectural feature commonly found in front of the hotel. The hotel reception, coffee bar, and restaurant share the common floor complemented with eclectic forms of Asian-styled timber furniture to offer a casual communal setting.

Project Details
Size 7000sqft
Location Kandy-Sri Lanka
Project start 2015 August
Project finish 2017 October
Value 40 Million

Proposed Cabanas at Hikkaduwa, Galle – Sri Lanka

About the project

Architectural Design

A new cabana resort, located in the Hikkaduwa area of Galle, has been built with several sustainable features while also paying homage to the indigenous coastal people who first inhabited the area. The cabana resort is integrated with water-saving systems, solar-powered water heaters, natural building materials and more. Positioned right at the shoreline, the resort’s accommodations are centered around the idyllic landscape, including, of course, the stunning blue waters of the Indian Ocean.

Project Details
Size 500 sqftfor each
Location Hikkaduwa-Sri Lanka
Project start 2017 august
Project finish 2018 February
Value 3Million for each