The DesignAgency with each other with ORBIT and Acrylicize have recently finished the restyling of the design hostel, Generator London.
Generator offers great, fashionable and reasonably priced accommodations. Their total innovative route and layout language has been crafted by DesignAgency, led by partner and Generator’s Creative Director, Anwar Mekhayech. Each and every place has its personal exclusive design that displays the nearby spirit and culture of its host city, while also maintaining a typical aesthetic, and an emphasis on daring and thrilling social spaces.
The restyled Generator London updates the original flagship of the developing chain of urban design and style hostels with Generator’s signature power and a distinctly contemporary flare. Located in a former police station in Russell Square, a swift walk from Covent Garden, Regent’s Park and the British Museum, the interiors have been refurbished to express the dynamism of London’s bustling streets.
The new design notion designed by Anwar Mekhayech and his group from Toronto-based DesignAgency, in partnership with neighborhood architects ORBIT and Shoreditch-primarily based art collective Acrylicize, plays with daring graphics, wealthy patterns, and British cultural icons to covey the spirit of London’s streets, weaving strands of background, culture and styles inside of Generator London’s diverse social and intimate spaces.
The design layers spaces, experiences and designs, whilst also aiming to form a cohesive interior that will invite, entertain and motivate travellers to make connections, relax, party, hang out and really feel as even though they have a comfy residence away from home. Generator London is the essence of this new brand of hostels, with industrial, traditional, contemporary, graphic, mod design designs and a subtle homage to the background of London and its nearby taste.
Layout: The DesignAgency (Toronto, Canada)
Regional Task Architect: ORBIT
Lighting Designer: FD Innovative
Ar2rk Consultancy: Acrylicize
Photography by Nikolas Koenig