Macalister Mansion by Ministry of Design

By • Dec 19, 2012 •  Selected Work 

Singapore-based Ministry of Design have re-designed the 100-year-old Macalister Mansion in Penang, Malaysia, into a contemporary hotel.

The hotel is a mixture of elegant sophistication and playful originality, of utter luxury and comfort.

Macalister Mansion by Ministry of Design:

“Welcome to the Macalister Mansion, a quirky and sophisticated lifestyle destination where our guests are welcome to relish a series of experiences not unlike those found in the hospitality of an actual home – good food, fine drink, engaging conversation, soothing music, great art, a good night’s sleep or simply lounging by the pool. The Macalister Mansion is associated with the good things in life and having a great time at a scale that is both intimate and personal.

Housed in a beautiful 100 year old historic mansion that has been conserved and adapted, each of the 6 different F&B and Hotel entities can be enjoyed as part of the overall Macalister Mansion experience but are branded as distinct rooms or spaces that are typically found in a mansion – the dining room, the den, the living room, the lawn & eight rooms.

The name Macalister Mansion honours Penang’s British Governor Colonel Normal Macalister and you will find numerous references to this historic figure captured in a host of specially commissioned installation art pieces throughout the grounds and spaces.”

Photos courtesy of Macalister Mansion

Macalister Mansion by Ministry of Design was published on HomeDSGN on Dec 19, 2012.

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