Terence Conran's latest venture, the Boundary Hotel, is located in Shoreditch (in the once-unfashionable East End of London). The hotel is housed in a converted Victorian warehouse; individual guest rooms are inspired by a designer or a design movement of Conran's choosing (Eames, Bauhaus, and Shaker, to name a few), while guest suites are designed by Conran's inner circle, with artwork from Conran's own collection. The ground floor houses the Albion, a cafe with adjoining bakery and grocery store, while the Boundary restaurant is in the basement. On the roof is a garden and bar, centered around an open fireplace, with views of the city; opening hours can be found on Twitter.
Above: Metal trays in the dining room.
Above: Details from the Eileen Gray Room.
Below: Details from the British Design room, with pieces by Squint and Ercol.
Above: The Terence Conran suite.
Above: The Eames room.
Above: The Le Corbusier room.
Above: A Shaker-inspired bath.
Above: The Boundary Hotel Rooftop Garden.
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