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At The Singular Hotel in Patagonia a window reflects the natural simplicity of the Ultima Esperanza Sound. Through the glass we see Theodore Alexander’s Flintlock Box on Stand and ‘Officers and Gentlemen’ Campaign desk. Imagine waking to that glorious view! Read more
The Singular Hotel overlooks a windswept expanse of the Ultima Esperanza Sound on the Patagonian coast, shrouded by jagged hills. The hotel’s industrial facade belies its airy and modern interior. Architect Pedro Kovacic utilized the features of what was once a processing plant to create a luxurious retreat 57 room retreat. Picture windows facing the water are unobscured. Concrete, beams and bricks remain exposed and flooring is neutral, creating simple spaces where the furniture can be appreciated for both function and beauty. Read more