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The proposal at 125 Bathurst Street is a mixed use development that stitches and weaves an affordable yet luxurious hotel experience with premium eateries and a civic forecourt into an existing Art Deco warehouse.


Located on the fringe of Hobart CBD, the 10 storey, 68 room hotel emphasises the collective experience, and the spaces while small, will be of a high quality and highly finished. With compact rooms it encourages the use of the various social spaces, cafe, bar and roof gardens. The development preferences quality over quantity. The contemporary design of this proposed hotel will create a lively and desirable place to stay, work, congregate and collaborate; contributing to the vibrance of this edge of the urban centre.

The massing of the building has been designed to sit comfortably within it surrounding context. It has been broken down in to a series of ‘stepped and staggered’ elements, which both respond to the planning scheme required setbacks and improve both the guest and public amenity. The service core is located on the south of the building creating an opportunity to capture northern light.


Planning permit approved 


Doug and Wolf

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