Avalon Hotel

In close cooperation with the City Planning Office, local plans and guidelines were drawn up for what would eventually become the Avalon Hotel. Semrén & Månsson were involved throughout the process, from creating the local plans to actual planning work. Right from the start, the aim was to create an experimental and extrovert building that combined public space with an expressive exterior. The asymmetry of the cone-shaped site was picked up on and assimilated into the design for the entire hotel in the form of a crooked line, which is an internal and external feature. Sensuous details, undulating wooden walls and well-thought-out furnishings come together to create an immersive experience that is both provocative and perfect at the same time. The result: a hotel with 101 rooms and a restaurant and bar on the ground floor. As well as membership of the international association Design Hotels.