Grange City Hotel, London

Grange City Hotel, London

Client: Grange Hotels
Architect: Buchanan Associates, London
Type of works: 4,700m² of ALUCOBOND® was used to clad the upper levels of the building.

In May 2000, Grange Hotels received planning permission to update its Grange City Hotel in London.

The existing 12-storey building was stripped back to its basic structure, and extended both at high level for bedrooms, and podium level for a new restaurant and conference centre.

Architect, Buchanan Associates decided to use 4,700m² of ALUCOBOND® to clad the upper levels of the building.

Architect, Dean Buchanan said: ‘We had used ALUCOBOND® on two previous developments for Grange Hotels, and being very satisfied with the results, we decided to use the same tried and tested material again. We knew we would get a very flat and crisp appearance, and that was particularly important as we were combining the ALUCOBOND® with high quality Portland stone and polished granite.’

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