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Aedas completes Twr y Felin Hotel

by Simon Yuen on Jun 18, 2016 in Interiors
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International architectural and design firm Aedas rejuvenates Twr y Felin Hotel, creating the country’s first art hotel

Designed by Aedas Interiors, Twr y Felin Hotel in St. David’s Pembrokeshire region, Wales, begins its business as a luxurious retreat and destination.  The design adopts Retreats Group’s, developer of the hotel, core – modernity in an old fabric – to develop a signature style through bespoke furnishings with an overall luxurious decor that establishes a timeless quality and a sense of exclusive sanctum.

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Re-established from a historical windmill tower built in 1802, Twr y Felin Hotel is the first art hotel in Wales with 100 pieces of original artwork from urban artists. The hotel possesses spectacular 360-degree views of the St. David’s Peninsula, offering 19 ensuite bedrooms, two suites and a restaurant with a delicate gallery lounge.

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“We worked with the existing awkwardly shaped and sized room configurations and considered the preservation of original architectural elements including the bronze traceried windows, original wood and stone flooring. The designs drew from the exterior landscape to the interior space with the use of colour palette and textures which were inspired by the outdoor setting of Wales,” says Greg Farrell, executive director of Aedas Interiors.

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