Radisson Blu Hotel, Bordeaux (France).

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Codina has been involved in the cladding of the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bordeaux (France).

Within the Dock G6 project in Bordeaux, planned for the district around the city’s wet docks and the redevelopment of Bordeaux’s industrial docklands, the King Kong architecture studio has designed a large trapezoidal building that houses the Blu Radisson Hotel, a wellness center, conference center and a raised parking on top that offers exceptional views of the surrounding urban landscape.

The Blu Radisson Hotel has been designed with glazed facades that give it a shiny and translucent appearance during the day. At night, the projection of the hotel room lights on the outer metal meshes, enhances the light effect of each facade. For the project 1600 m2 of metal mesh of Codina were used. The models chosen were Eiffel 20150 and Eiffel 40150 in bronze anodized aluminum finish.

It's an architectural project consistent with its urban environment, where architecture, shapes and metallic materials are perfectly integrated into the landscape.

Hotel Radisson blu Bordeaux - Project information

Application: Cladding

Location: Bordeaux (France)

Mesh Model: Eiffel 20150/40150

Material: Aluminum

Finish: Bright Bronze Anodized

Free surface: 36% / 61%

Quantity: 1556m2

Fastening Technique: TF-60

Hotel Radisson Blu, Bordeaux (France)
Hotel Radisson Blu, Bordeaux (France)

Cladding of the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bordeaux. A new Codina Architectural project.

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