What must be one of the most striking façades in the City of Westminster has been created for a boutique hotel in Soho by positioning a bespoke piece of modern art above a stylish revolving door from GEZE UK.
The Nadler Hotel Soho combines the ultimate in luxury with contemporary art something that is instantly apparent when approaching the hotel. At ground level, GEZE UKs three leaf automatic TSA 325 NT revolving door and two pass doors powered by EMD-F automatic swing door operators have been installed to create a sophisticated modern entrance; look up and hanging above the revolving door is Selene, a stunning 3m piece of public art by artist Hew Locke.
The attractive automatic TSA 325 NT revolving door is ideal for buildings such as hotels that need to provide guests with an always open entrance, but at the same time need to ensure a pleasant and consistent climate within the building. The door is activated by a motion detector inside and out, and as well as being energy efficient, the TSA 325 NT revolving door provides a high degree of protection from the elements and insulation against noise.
To help meet the demands of the equality act, two pass doors have been installed on either side of the revolving door. Powered by GEZEs industry leading 7cm Slimdrive EMD-F automatic swing operators, one door has been set to allow guests to enter the hotel and the other to exit. The sleek design of the EMD-F operator allows it to be concealed in any façade, making it the ideal system for the hotel.
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