Delft Studio WAM Architechten have completed a hotel that looks like a pile of houses in Zaandam, the Netherlands.
Called Inntel Hotel, the building features overlapping green wooden facades typical of traditional houses in the region.
The 11- story building is forty meters tall and includes 160 rooms.
The new hotel is an important building block, the first structure to be completed within the Inverdan plan. Providing 160 guest rooms, the hotel also offers a bar-restaurant, a swimming pool, and a wellness centre with a Finnish sauna and a Turkish bath.
The hotel tower, with a footprint that is well-nigh square, is almost forty metros tell and has eleven floors. Constructed of timber and Eternit fibre cement cladding, the edifice is expressive, with varied fenestration, wide protruding sections, and elegant white eaves and barge-boards.
The Wellness Centre.