Edge adds three Dubai hotels to its portfolio

Architect firm appointed as lead consultant and design architect for three new hotels in Dubai

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Edge architect firm has been appointed as lead consultant and design architect for three hotels in the Business Bay area of Dubai.

Architect firm Edge now has the Reveir Hotel, which is the first in Middle East, the Hilton Garden Inn and Holiday Inn Hotel and Residences on its portfolio. All three hotels are located in Business Bay, Dubai.

This is the third Revier Hotel for the Revier Hospitality Group whose other two hotels are located in Switzerland.

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The third Revier hotel is due to open in 2020. Located in the business district of Dubai’s Business Bay, the 226-room property will feature a pool, gym, and food and beverage outlets.

A company statement also revealed that Kingston International have appointed Edge as Lead Consultant and Design Architects for its 29 storey twin hotel towers in Business Bay.

The operators are two separate international hotel brands, Hilton Garden Inn and Holiday Inn Hotel and Residences.

Speaking about the appointment, Ivar Krasinski, Edge design director, said: “Every building we create, big or small, has its own narrative. We interpret the opportunities and constraints into an optimized solution with a good balance of all factors, and from this the building’s story emerges on its own."

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