The Scarlet Hotel is a £4.5m, luxury 37 bed boutique hotel development overlooking Mawgan Porth beach in Cornwall
The hotel includes 37 luxury bedrooms, full restaurant and dining facilities, bar, library, cliff top hot tubs, internal swimming pool, external natural reed-filtered swimming pool, spa and spa garden, steam room, reception, as well as back of house areas including laundry and office space
Designed to minimise its impact on the environment with ultra-low energy LED lighting throughout with extensive lighting controls, solar thermal and solar voltaic systesm, biomass boiler, grey water recycling and rain water harvesting.
We undertook the complete detailed design of the electrical building engineering electrical services for this development
Close dialogue with the interior designer to gain understanding of their vision for the internal apearance of the facility
Designed to the highest eco standards to reduce the hotel’s negative impact on the environment, without compromising the experience or service guests receive
The provision of a design scheme with complex lighting controls and mechanical systems with renewable technologies, including wood chip boiler plant, solar arrays, grey water and rainwater recovery
Technical review of interior designer lighting proposals and specialist lighting controls systems.
Collaborative engagement with integrated design team to overcome difficulties associated with space and access for building engineering services systems, to delivery high specification hotel accommodation within tight programme constraints
Worked closely with the interior designer in the selection of the final products to create a luxury ambience
Gave pragmatic installation advice on how to minimise the effect of an evolving internal design through the construction period
Provided our low carbon and building environmental expertise in developing the proposals.