|||||||The second and third floors are painted orange and yellow respectively, with a turquoise stairwell|The formal marble counter is set off by colour-blocked magazine images on the wall behind|A giant clock with colourful toys brightens up the reception|The dorm rooms are kept simple with white walls and blonde wood to maximise space|The modernist facade was retained|Vibrant colours distinguish the stairwell and corridors||
05 Aug 2014

Supermachine creates “Batman hostel”

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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