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Idea by

Vicky Chan, Krystal Lung

Avoid Obvious Architects

http://aoarchitect.us/2016/10/make-hotel/

175 Varick Street, NY NY, United States of America
We are international architects that turn client’s ideas into drama. With over 20 years of experience in architecture and urban planning, our award winning team design to celebrate the age of sustainability.

Make Hotel


for the age of makers

Make Hotel


for the age of makers
Can hotels be customized by their patrons/makers for their own needs?

Current hotel room is very inflexible to adapt how people work, live and play in the 21st century. Our Make Hotel is a hotel for makers with futurist suggestion using current technology. It is daring design but a very feasible one. Other than exclusivity, high-end materials and moody lighting, current hotels are not embracing the maker and entrepreneurial movement. The spirit of exploration is lost in a highly curated environment. To inspire people, Make Hotel are meant to break out of the box. How can a hotel become less curated by its operator and become more open for public engagement?

What if the bed is turned into a working table?
What if the windows are movable to allow the bed to roll outside to look at the sky?
What if the door is a combination lock that require us to unlock in creative ways?
What if the ballroom become a playground?
What if the lobby is a giant Jenga?


Make Hotel


for the age of makers

Make Hotel


for the age of makers
Can hotels be customized by their patrons/makers for their own needs?

Current hotel room is very inflexible to adapt how people work, live and play in the 21st century. Our Make Hotel is a hotel for makers with futurist suggestion using current technology. It is daring design but a very feasible one. Other than exclusivity, high-end materials and moody lighting, current hotels are not embracing the maker and entrepreneurial movement. The spirit of exploration is lost in a highly curated environment. To inspire people, Make Hotel are meant to break out of the box. How can a hotel become less curated by its operator and become more open for public engagement?

What if the bed is turned into a working table?
What if the windows are movable to allow the bed to roll outside to look at the sky?
What if the door is a combination lock that require us to unlock in creative ways?
What if the ballroom become a playground?
What if the lobby is a giant Jenga?



Idea by

Vicky Chan, Krystal Lung
Avoid Obvious Architects
175 Varick Street
NY NY
United States of America
We are international architects that turn client’s ideas into drama. With over 20 years of experience in architecture and urban planning, our award winning team design to celebrate the age of sustainability.