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Striking Architectural Beauties: #1 Silken Puerta America – Madrid, Spain

9 September 2011 No Comment

It’s easy to admire one of the world’s most beautiful hotels in terms of colour – the Silken Puerta America from Spain. This is a 5 star luxury hotel, located in the heart of Madrid in Spain. Many like to see the hotel as a symbol for a multicultural melting pot.

There is a reverie of colours on show, starting with warm and cozy colours of reds and going towards the cooler blues and violets.

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Warm colours throughout

The building makes use of warm colors both on the inside and the outside, which gives the impression of union and extreme serenity for whoever visits it. The colors of the façade blend in beautifully giving the impression of a giant rainbow against the skyline of Madrid.

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For this project, more than 19 design studios from all over the world joined forces together with master “star” architect Norman Foster, to make the project become reality. Inside this hotel, each of the rooms display a different play of colors, shapes, forms and materials – and this makes this stunning hotel one of the world’s most unique.

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Playing with the rainbow effect!

Most traditional hotels are rigid and monotone and do very little to create a fascinating first impression for visitors and guests. However this striking architectural beauty “Silken Puerta America – in Madrid, Spain” goes against the grain and really WOWs through it’s clever use of bright colours and playing with the rainbow effect!

Everyone involved in the creation process of this visually impressive & unique hotel be it the architect, the structural engineer, the consulting engineer, the designer at the design studio etc… must surely be proudly patting themselves on the back thinking we’ve created a structure that truly impresses…

What an amazing hotel – why can’t they all look like this?

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