Architecture and Interior Design
The Williamsburg Hotel is a ground-up project consisting of both hotel and private residences. A connective structure incorporates both of these uses into a single mass, creating amenity spaces, public areas and support spaces for the hotel. The project scope included developing several schemes to accommodate micro-unit layouts, designed to minimize private/room space while maximizing public/amenity space. Incorporating Passivhaus design standards, the design aims to reduce energy costs throughout construction and the lifespan of the building while remaining a destination beacon off of the highway.