September 25, 2012
The Barceló Raval Hotel has become one of the most representative buildings of Barcelona in a few years. It is located in the heart of the city, within Raval district, one of the most modern areas of the Catalan capital.
The hotel was built as an elliptical construction, made up from two basements, a ground floor and ten high-rise floors. The project was born with some specific volumes marked by “PERI” of Raval in Barcelona, and all the attention goes in the direction of the axes of the elliptical plant. In the same way, depending on the direction from which it is seen, the building is perceived in a more or less volumetric way. The main objective is to allow viewers to perceive the formal continuity of the building from outside, as well as, two large volumetric pillars, on the ground floor, which withstand all the activities related to hotel management, leaving the rest of the floor free.
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