ruminations about architecture and design

Monday, July 6, 2015

small is relative

Yotel is in the process of planning a hotel with small rooms for a site in the Seaport District of Boston. Presumably, it will follow the model of a NYC Yotel that has rooms like that featured above-- 176s.f. shot with a wide angle camera lens. When did 176 s.f. become small, towers of ilium is forced to ask? Rooms that small--or that large--have been used as temporary lodgings for a long time.

The design feature that is intriguing is the location of the bathroom on the outside wall. Shower in solitude.

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