Clarke Facades has been appointed by main contractor Bouygues UK to deliver an innovative cladding and rainscreen package for The Curtain Hotel and Private Members club; a new boutique hotel set to debut in London’s upmarket and modish Shoreditch area.
The new Curtain Hotel, will feature 120 guest rooms with seven luxury suites, a restaurant, bi-level bar, a state of the art rooftop pool and lounge, 24-hour fitness centre and over 6,000 square feet of meeting and event space.
Michael Achenbaum, the mastermind and pioneer behind this lucrative project is the current president of the renowned Gansevoort Hotel Group and is responsible for two of New York’s most fashionable and contemporary hotels; Gansevoort Meatpacking and Gansevoort Park Avenue, which have attracted many highly reputable guests such as; Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, Rihanna, the Beckhams and the infamous Kardashians.
Mark Wiggins, Business Development and Marketing Manager at Clarke Facades commented: “We are thrilled to have secured another illustrious project in London, this time in the affluent and stylish area of East London. The new Curtain Hotel will certainly attract a celebrity clientele which is very exciting for all parties involved. There is no doubt that this will be a challenging project, however, with our tenacious Design and Project Management team, I have no doubt we will shine through in delivering another successful scheme in this somewhat historic area of East London.”
Leon Burgess, Project Manager at Clarke Facades added: “Securing the Curtain Hotel and Private Members Club is definitely one of our most exciting and challenging projects to date, our element of work will involve us installing; brick cladding panels, a porcelain rainscreen system and Rockwool red art render”
Clarke Facades will be working closely with main contactors; Bouygues UK transforming their vision into reality.
The development which is due for completion in 2016 is located on Curtain Road, a three-minute walk from Shoreditch High Street Station. Clarke Facades will begin work on site within the coming weeks.