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h2 Hotel / David Baker + Partners

  • 00:00 - 5 April, 2011
h2 Hotel / David Baker + Partners
h2 Hotel / David Baker + Partners, © Brian Rose
© Brian Rose

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  • Architects

  • Location

    219 Healdsburg Avenue, Healdsburg, CA 95448, USA
  • Architect

    David Baker + Partners
  • Interior Design

    Jen Gadiel Design and Marie Fisher
  • Landscape Architect

    Andrea Cochran Landscape Architects
  • Lighting Designer

    Horton Lees Brogden
  • Mechanical/Plumbing Engineer

    Guttman + Blaevoet
  • Acoustical Engineer

    Wilson Ihrig + Associates
  • Contractor

    Midstate Construction
  • Photographs

Text description provided by the architects. Registered for LEED certification, h2 Hotel infuses all aspects of its design, operations, and attitude with eco-consciousness—including such energy-saving measures as a green roof and solar panels.

© Brian Rose
© Brian Rose

Reclaiming the site of a gas station, the inn is a key part of the restoration of Foss Creek, which flows through the length of the town. The inn embraces the creek, preserving the giant, spreading Live Oak tree and restoring the surrounding banks.

© Brian Rose
© Brian Rose

The hotel rejects fussiness and caters to active users with a scaled-down pragmatic luxury. Custom bike racks hold PUBLIC bicycles on hand for guests to take a spin around town. In contrast to the energetic common spaces, the simple and functional rooms offer a restful retreat from the activity of busy north Sonoma County days.

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