The Study at Yale Hotel
New Haven, United States of America

Completion date 2008
Architects: Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects

The compact rooms are light and airy thanks to generous glazing and optimum use of space.

The renovation of the “Colony Inn”, built in 1962, increased the bed capacity of the previously outdated hotel and transformed it into the modern “The Study at Yale”. The original five storey building was extended by two storeys and furnished with a glass curtain wall, whose interplay of light and texture sets a contrast to the masonry of the neighbouring buildings.

The renovated hotel bathrooms are equipped with convenient GROHE Essence faucets. GROHE SilkMove® technology guarantees the precise and effortless operation of the elegant handles. In the showers, the different GROHE Relaxa shower jets pamper the guests with sensual pleasure.

Installed GROHE products in this project