Archinect | An innovative renovation of a 1970s building creates eighty-eight sleeping pods; Whistler’s Pangea Pod Hotel is Canada’s first of its kind

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Archinect | An innovative renovation of a 1970s building creates eighty-eight sleeping pods; Whistler’s Pangea Pod Hotel is Canada’s first of its kind

20Aug

Archinect | An innovative renovation of a 1970s building creates eighty-eight sleeping pods; Whistler’s Pangea Pod Hotel is Canada’s first of its kind

by paulab

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“Budget was a constraint; however, the clients Russell and Jelena Kling valued originality and good design. Vancouver-based Bricault Design was chosen due to their willingness to engage in a collaborative exchange with the couple to develop ideas that fit both the program and vision for this unique project. Bricault worked with the Klings over three years to create an original accommodation solution bridging the gap between luxury hotel and inexpensive hostel, offering the privacy needed for a night’s rest in the heart of the mountain resort, for a reasonable price.

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