Kensington Flora Hotel, Pyeongchang, Korea

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The clerestory windows look as if they were being stacked on top of each other, producing a stunning visual effect.
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Close-up shot of the clerestory windows and the chandelier
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Indoor landscaping in the lobby

According to BusinessKorea, the hotel is holding an Olympic themed celebration in celebration of the room renovation of the hotel.

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An inquisitve boy (uhm, my bro actually, lol!) admiring the exhibits.
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An ingenious way to put up exhibitions
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What caught my attention instantly how elegantly the corner was jutting out… While pragmatism has always had that spaciousness trumps above all else, aesthetics may dictate otherwise. It would definitely look much bulkier should it simply be a rectangular shape without the jutting in and out…

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Taking one last glance at the hotel

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Kensington has the semicircular balconies that are characteristic of modern Korean architecture
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Outdoor lounge for guests to enjoy the scenic view
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Here it goes~ Apparently this is the largest French-themed garden in Korea.

Visited in early June 2016

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