Hotel Arizona, Zurich

3D scheme
Hotel Arizona. Competition (study procedure) for a residential building on Neufrankengasse, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008.
The living room area, which has an individual exterior space in front of it, swings from left to right – floor by floor. The sleeping area and the wet rooms are on top of each other.
Model.
Urban context Neufrankengasse.
(Hotel Arizona. Competition (study procedure) for a residential building on Neufrankengasse, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008)
Ground floor plan, situation.
Ground floor plan, situation.
(Hotel Arizona. Competition (study procedure) for a residential building on Neufrankengasse, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008)
1st floor plan
1st floor plan.
(Hotel Arizona. Competition (study procedure) for a residential building on Neufrankengasse, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008)
2nd floor plan.
2nd floor plan.
(Hotel Arizona. Competition (study procedure) for a residential building on Neufrankengasse, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008)
Attic floor plan.
Attic floor plan.
(Hotel Arizona. Competition (study procedure) for a residential building on Neufrankengasse, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008)
Floor plan segment. 3d floor. Furnished apartments.
Floor plan segment. 3d floor. Furnished apartments.
(Hotel Arizona. Competition (study procedure) for a residential building on Neufrankengasse, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008)
diagrams, schemes
Diagrams for the core area (i.e. cooking, access and sleeping areas), for the living area (as a continuous, twisted or two-storey space) and for the room extensions.
(Hotel Arizona. Competition (study procedure) for a residential building on Neufrankengasse, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008)

front facade rendering
The floor plan principle is clearly visible on the front façade.
(Hotel Arizona. Competition (study procedure) for a residential building on Neufrankengasse, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008)
inside, view
The principle of continuous living space is staged as a sequence of interior and exterior room frequencies. In this way, each apartment has a view of the urban track field and the quiet inner courtyard.
(Hotel Arizona. Competition (study procedure) for a residential building on Neufrankengasse, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008)
Urban model.
The urban context of this residential building: The track field in the north, the tunnel portal of the Langstrasse in the east and a dissolving block edge pattern in the south.
(Hotel Arizona. Competition (study procedure) for a residential building on Neufrankengasse, Zurich, Switzerland, 2008)