Geometric Movement and Flexibility

In Mallorca, Spain, the Llaut Palace Hotel, in the new 5 star hotel also had to contend with some difficult circumstances when endeavouring to maintain a beautiful artistic design vision. One of the most challenging elements was creating a ceiling with an inverted pyramid design, inspired by origami and its geometry. This ceiling would create geometric ripples throughout the communal space of the hotel “We wanted to transmit this sensation of lightness; the element of origami communicates movement and flexibility expanding the space of the room” says Guerrero.
Located in the dining room of the hotel, the architect’s origami inspired artistry demanded a material with that allowed the construction of vertices and triangulations as well as a high absorption coefficient, as it is a highly trafficked space, that didn’t sacrifice on the aesthetic finish.  
Rockfon mono acoustic adaptability and elegant materiality enabled Guerrero to achieve his elegant and clean design, the one he had originally proposed.


Hotel Llaut Palace

Avenida América 2
07600 Playa de Palma

Llaut Palace Hotel

Architect:Arantxa Guerrero, Seta Arqutectos
Tiles:Rockfon Mono® Acoustic
Edges:TE Elegant Render
Dimensions:1200 x 1200

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