“With its play on scale and array of luxurious materials, Loden is a handsome and well-tailored hotel with delightful and bold elements at every turn.”Michael Booth
Hewitt + Kwasnicky Architects, Inc.
Melinda Morrison Lighting
Vancouver’s Loden hotel is inspired by the area’s dramatic mountains and waterways. Capturing the surrounding environment and fusing it with modern design, Loden offers discerning travelers and design savvy locals the perfect setting for an urban hotel retreat.
The overall building envelope is compact and thus the room proportions for public spaces as well as the 77 guest rooms are very small. BAMO created inviting, well-functioning spaces through efficient space planning and the integration of mirror and other reflective surfaces.
Design highlights within the lobby include a double-sided, onyx marble fireplace; glass feature veiling the view to the bar; and bold, geometric-patterned wenge floor. Within the guestrooms, a headboard upholstered in shades of loden and tobacco is positioned in front of a mirrored wall. The spa-like, chocolate marble bathroom incorporates a moveable partition behind the vanity which allows the room to open to the guestroom beyond.