Hospitality & Leisure

TLM Hotel

Boutique hotels are defined as having something particular to offer within the context of a small scheme. The specific design, a volume that defies geometric definition, elevated on parabolic arches provides just that. A series of events and elements are carefully arranged to provide an entity within which tensions are elegant. Through this each function manages to retain its own, distinct identity. This pattern is further enhanced through the use of a variety materials and the need to incorporate them into the collective whole.

A clear orientation, accentuated by a highly transparent southern façade come s into neat contrast to the more solid northern façade, which also shields the event from the road and car park. A further feature is that the hotel occurs on two levels, creating the impression of ascent and increasing the volume of the entrance space to the East and dropping the pool towards a greater proximity to the level of the coast.

Facts & Credits



Agia Napa, Famagusta


4,900 m2



Year of completion

Under Study

  • Conceptual Design
  • Design Development
Design team
  • Eraclis Papachristou
  • Elia Ioannou
  • Dimitris Savva