The Terrace Mount Development is a major mixed-use scheme in the centre of Bournemouth. It comprises a twelve storey 4* Hilton Hotel, a seven storey 3* Hampton Hotel and a four storey residential block comprising 45 units. The Hilton Hotel is defined by a feature tower which includes high quality penthouse apartments and magnificent views towards the sea and over the town’s central gardens.
The main hotel building is a focal point to the town centre and a modern landmark for the area. It offers high quality accommodation including a sky bar, destination restaurant, bar/café, spa and swimming pool facilities.
All three buildings are unified by the use of material and colour and defined by a terracotta plinth, white rendered walls and coloured cladding. Colour is an important part of the architectural composition, which is designed to complement the geography of the site and the surrounding context. The scale of the development reduces from front to back responding to the site levels; and is carefully designed to be sympathetic to the adjacent terraced housing that is a defining character of the local area.
|RIBA Work Stages||0 - 4|
|cube_design team||Jane Lock-Smith|
|Project team||cube_design (Architect) | Reuby and Stagg (Structural & Civil Engineer) | Silcock Dawson (M&E) | Doig and Smith (Cost Consultant) | Indigo (Landscape Architect) | Terence O’Rourke (Planning Consultant)|
|Hilton Hotel||Project card||Download file (1.4 MB pdf)|