Best Western Plus Wembley: A Conversion of Disused Red Brick Office into A Modern Hotel

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Previously, this building was a disused red brick office. Dexter Moren Associates convert it into a well-designed hotel which is chic and affordable. Best Western Plus Wembley is also designed with innovative style to serve nearby visitors. This 2017 hotel design project is completed in 2017 and it becomes a new landmark building at the corner of Cecil Avenue and High Road.


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The main concept design of Best Western Plus Wembley is about extending and converting the old office building located at 365 High Road, Wembley. The result makes it into an awesome hotel with the best standard. The site itself is very unique because it is located on a stretch of Wembley High Road without any hotel representation.



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The design approach is delivering a change in a building with a sympathy for the local. The design itself is strongly bold to build a new building as a city landmark on the road corner. The site has a perfect position to serve all visitors.



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The extension of Best Western Plus Wembley can be seen on the upper floor. It becomes a hovering box for the office building, especially the top part of the building. The extension is rare with a good relationship to the adjacent residential buildings.



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The interior of this new hotel is very awesome. It has a modern look by playing some interior elements like lighting, colors, and also furniture. As you can see in the bar area, the wall is designed in different colors. The beautiful lighting makes the letters and the seating area looks glowing.

Via dextermoren

Karin Hoover

Karin Hoover

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