The Lamar Boulevard Hotel hosts 150 rooms and sits just blocks from downtown Austin. It features a large internal courtyard and a series of stacked, terraced room modules. These modules produce an organic cliff-like facade, with each room having a unique view and outdoor terrace.
Its form is inspired by the experimental metabolist architecture of the 1960s that produced iconic works such as Habitat ’67 in Montreal and the urban designs of Paul Rudolph.
Architect: Specht Architects