VORONET LİLA HOTEL

The Voronet Lila Hotel is located on a hillside with an impressive view in the Voronet district of Suceava, Romania. Voronet is a historic and touristic Romanian village which is famous with its nature.

The natural beauty of the surrounding was the main source of inspiration during the design process. The underlaying aspect of the approach is to integrate the characteristic feature of the Romanian vernacular architecture, which the hipped roof typology comes from, into the project.

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The hotel consists of 16 suites, social places and a conference hall which is located on the basement level. 16 hotel suites, which  comprises the ground and the first floor, are designed as 8 identical units arranged on an arc-shaped line so as not to obstruct the view of the other.

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The wood is chosen as the main material of the project in order to reflect the architectural context of the site.

 

Inspired from the architecture of the region, The Voronet Lila Hotel aims to reflect the natural characteristics of site with a modern approach.

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PROJECT FACTS

LAND

Location                                                 Voronet, Suceava, Romania

Land Area                                              5.112 m²

CLIENT

                                                                              Florin Mindirigiu, Eusebia Mindirigiu

PROJECT DATE

                                                                          2019-2020

PROJECT DATA                                   

Total Construction Area                            2.423 m²

PROJECT TEAMS

Architectural Project                                Yazgan Design Architecture

Interior Design Project                             Yazgan Design Architecture

3D Image Credits                                    Ivabox

PROJECT AWARDS

2020 The Plan Award - ‘Hospitality / Future’ Category - Finalist

2020 Architizer A+ Awards - ‘Unbuilt Hospitality’ Category - Finalist

2020 World Architecture Community Awards 33rd Cycle - Selected Project for WAA