This project, by the friends at PADIN, is a true reflection of a job well done, where every detail exudes aromas and sounds that envelop the visitor upon arrival.
Jacksonville is a great city in northeast Florida where the St. Johns River and the Atlantic Ocean meet. It is a regional business center with several museums and a wide range of cultural offerings. Jacksonville’s architecture is a combination of historic and modern styles that reflect the city’s early position as a regional business center. According to the National Trust for Historic Preservation , there are more buildings built before 1967 in Jacksonville than in any other Florida city, despite the Great Fire of 1901 that left the downtown area homeless to thousands of people.
Perhaps that style of centuries past is an inspiration for the rehabilitation of this Hotel in Jacksonville, where the styles of 17th century English gentry houses are conveyed from the moment we walk through the front doors.
This project, by the friends at PADIN, is a true reflection of a job well done, where every detail exudes aromas and sounds that envelop the visitor upon arrival. In the purest style of the city’s classic hotels, we can see images of the hall and reception area, the common work area and the dressing rooms, with imposing spaces to house the most sophisticated clothes of future guests.
Omar Coatings has done its bit to achieve the purpose of this project by prescribing our ACRITER M15 to varnish the stained hardwood, both in the common and private areas, as the main thread of the spaces. Thanks to the transparency and silkiness that characterizes Omar Coatings materials, a perception of quality has been achieved in any of the renovated rooms.