A Very unique hotel with only 12 guest bedrooms and 4 suites inspired by legendary designers or design movements The boundary is a one of a kind gem designed by Terence Conran and Associates in the hip Shore ditch neighborhood of London. Originally built as a restaurant and then expanded into a hotel The Boundary is a feast for the senses. Some of the designers and movements that the rooms are themed after include: Charles and Ray Eames, Josef Hoffmann, Bauhaus, Andree Putman, Le Corbusier & Charlotte Perriand, Heath Robinson, Eileen Gray, Scandinavian, British, Shaker and my favorite Mies Van Der Rohe. The Mies Van Der Rohe Room is a stunning representation of the Mies aesthetic from its original Barcelona and MR side chairs to its walnut burr veneer closet doors. Marble, leather, wood and stone throughout and a library of books about the great master architect are sure to leave you inspired. Breakfast at the Albion a fresh market and bakery on the ground floor is not to be missed and surely a great way to start your day.
For more information or to book a room visit: theboundary.co.uk