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Project Orange reveals images of Indian hotel concept

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Project Orange has unveiled plans for a chain of 4-star hotels in India

The brief was to develop design concepts and outline proposals for a typical 100-room hotel, which Project Orange director James Soane said would ‘target a younger generation of techno-savvy clientele and create a community hub for guests’. 

Soane, who visited the country as part of the UK trade mission earlier this year (AJ 01.03.2013) , added: ‘The design seeks to establish a connection between the traveller and the place by creating a contemporary collage of the country and its’ traditions.’

According to the practice, the design draws upon the traditional market bazaar - a large open space with focal points. The individual rooms have been zoned into areas of activity; sleep, work and play and washing.

Project Orange has produced a design and a set of typical details which will form the basis of each hotel.

The programme will roll out over the next five years.

Project Orange India Hotel

Project data

Location Delhi, Coimbatore, Raipur
Type of project New hotel concept
Client Apeejay Surrendra Hotels
Architects Various
Structural Engineers Various
M&E consultant Various
Quantity surveyor Various
Planning supervisor Various
Lighting consultant Project Orange
Tender date Various
Start on site date Various
Completion date First hotel due to complete December 2013
Contract duration 24 months

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