How Privacy Glass can help to achieve new Hotel Architecture goals?

Hotel developers often use architects expertise to achieve incredible solutions to common hospitality problems.

Regardless of a hotels classification, it seems that diversification and customization of services helps to guarantee a bright future.   Looking at the luxury end – the impossible suddenly becomes available! For example with Dubai’s coral reef  underwater hotel or yet-to-be approved  space hotel for demanding quests that would like to travel to distant galaxies.It seems that the main focus of this prestigious sector is on a unique experience …. so called ‘escapism’.

If majority of customers look for a tailor made experience, how can hotels meet the specific niche demand?

Firstly, each hotel is different and it is a great idea to incorporate location and a specific atmosphere of the place into the hotel design.  This could be achieved by using specific colours or modern technologies. In this aspect Smartglass Privacy Glass will definitely help to achieve a partition glass wall that will add a modern look while preserving privacy.  Changes can be positively applied to existing spaces, such as hallways, bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms or lobbies. A proper application of Smartglass Privacy Glass can help to create multi- functional spaces that adapt and respond to the needs of users at the flick of a switch.

Hotel location – the right identity

A hotel can still keep the right character by using locally sourced materials and artwork. There are endless opportunities of how a lobby could be furnished. Sometimes it is about the proper balance and colour. The right photography, a famous replica or just antiques can add value to such places.  Whatever direction will be chosen, it is important to keep all art safe. Privacy Smartglass can help to secure precious artefacts while preserving views. Smartglass Privacy Glass helps to protect it from light damage by using Solar Smartglass that can even help to achieve the optimum light transmittance in order to correctly display artwork.

Cinema rooms

Ever wondered what kind of value a private cinema could add to a hotel ? If you plan to add a room that would require a greater level of security from daylight, Smartglass Black- Out product would be the right product to meet client’s expectation. The complete Black- Out effect could be achieved without the need of additional curtains. It is a perfect solution for any cinema room or skylights where  complete protection is needed.

We are very curious what changes you have decided to make in order to attract more customers this year. Whether there are big projects or minor changes,  please contact our team to find out more how we can become a part of your successful project.

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