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dHotel Marke,  | International Design Awards Winners
dHotel Marke,  | International Design Awards Winners
dHotel Marke,  | International Design Awards Winners
dHotel Marke,  | International Design Awards Winners
dHotel Marke,  | International Design Awards Winners
dHotel Marke,  | International Design Awards Winners
dHotel Marke,  | International Design Awards Winners
dHotel Marke,  | International Design Awards Winners
dHotel Marke,  | International Design Awards Winners

dHotel Marke

Lead Designers
Prize(s)Silver in Architecture Categories / New Commercial Building
Entry Description





Extension and reconversion of an existing farm and mill site into a hotel.

A formation of three concrete volumes gather around a U-shaped farm building and a protected renovated windmill. The old and new entities have no direct contact above the surface, though underground there is a tunnel underneath the old farm, forming the base of the concept. Starting from the hotel reception, the tunnel disappears under the inner square through a contemporary glass volume.
Elevated from ground level, another volume on the corner of the site, is orientated on the base of the mill. The simplicity of the composition of these volumes improve the overall clear view on the site, while keeping a strong interaction between mill and farm.
The spatial perception of the hotel is a diverse walk-through around the mill. The divergent hotel functions, such as bath, lounge, wellness, fitness, party hall, hotel rooms,…, blends in harmoniously with its surroundings. The input of all disciplines related to design (art, nature, film, music) are expressed through specific theme rooms.
The contemporary reconversion rehabilitates the original mill site. The mill’s dominant role in its context, is respected by the input of a modern architecture.
Nowadays, the mill guards over an interesting story again.

Bio

“The work of the Russian artist Malevich transcends the figurative, the narrative, the identifiable… to attain an abstract dimension of both mathematical and artistic concepts like proportion, dimension, modulation, composition, balance ... With suprematism he meant the domination of the pure emotional experience in art.

We also aim to attain this abstraction, this transcendence … in our schemes, ever starting from a functional analysis of the programme and the surroundings, along with artistic vision, resulting in an authentic concept that remains linked to its content and location.”

Awards and Prize

2010 Winner architectural award Belgian Coast‘Ark#01’ BE
2011 Winner Awards & Special award Civic Trust Awards, UK
2012 Winner Record Houses 2012 Architectural Record US
2012 Winner Leaf Awards category Residential Building of the year (Single Occupancy) UK
2013 Winner IDA Awards Los Angeles met 2 silver awards US
2013 Winner “House Of The Season” AI magazine, Israel
2013 Winner 2 awards Iconic Awards with “Notarishuys” in category Public & “Euroinvest” in category corporate, DE
2014 Winner award Civic Trust Awards with “Kazematten Ypres in category international projects, UK
2014 Winner award Febe Awards with “Enjoy Concrete” Veurne in category “Precast in Buildind”, BE
2014 Winner IDA Awards Los Angeles with bronze award for “ Enjoy Concrete, HQ” in category New Commercial Building, US
2015 Nomination AR MIPIM Future Projects Awards with “Golden Ratio “ in Ghent in category Residential, UK
2016 Winner Architizer A+ Awards with “ Golden Ratio “ in Ghent in category Unbuilt Residential, US
2017 Winner IDA Awards with “Residence VDB” in Ghent in category new residential building, US
2020 Winner “Domus International Awards” university Ferrara, IT