On June 27 in Brisbane, Australia, the Limes Hotel – first Australian hotel to join the Design Hotels organization opened gates. Designed after spending countless hours in airplanes and hotel rooms by award-winning Argentinian designer Alexander Lotersztain, it is located in Fortitude Valley. I’ve decided to publish about this interesting and innovative piece of architecture, because is something new. something that you don’t see everyday and who knows maybe a piece of inspiration for some people.

The Limes Hotel only has 21 styled lodging-type rooms that focus on guests’ primary travel requirements rather than following the 5-star standards. They all include custom Corian kitchen benches and toilette vanities, timber bed heads, custom aluminum door handles, Luna Textiles curtains and bathroom wall tiles by Bisazza. Pretty exclusive you may say but wait, because each room is hand painted individually using a mineral coating technique.

The hotel also includes a completely open air roof top bar and a roof top cinema (in hibernation until Spring) that will most likely satisfy even the pickiest tourists. – via Dezeen