Strategically located on an elevated plane, the 6-Storey Robinson’s Summit Hotel will be a new destination for tourists and locals.
Aside from the natural view of the hilly and mountainous topography of Antipolo, the facility also offers a different experience on the ground. Providing an open space at the street intersection generates an entertainment area that connects the hotel to the mall, transforming this space into a community plaza. Integrating it with the landscape adds more coherence to this context and creates a lively environment.
The hotel adapts the material of the existing conditions of the site. The facade contributes as an attraction that pulls the activities together as one. It builds the entity of a breathing structure, celebrating the idea of nature. This reciprocal process of give and take is an ecology of buildings, a conversation between nature and humanity.