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Recently opened Bermonds Locke in South London, by Britain-based laid-back-luxury hotel brand Locke, is remarkable for a number of reasons. First, its long-stay model allows its globetrotting business clientele to book both standard visits of seven to 10 days, say, and extended sojourns of up to three months.

The lobby at Bermonds Locke (here and top image) instantly conveys the hotel’s rich palette of upcycled construction-site debris and iridescent, Joshua Tree–inspired surfaces.

The 143 rooms feature all the amenities of a studio apartment, while the common area (a generous co-working space in lieu of a typical lobby) invites hotel guests as well as members of the public to sit and linger, bridging the divide...

A London Hotel that Revels in the (Upcycled) Details

Hotel brand Locke teams up with design studio Holloway Li to create a unique series of interiors boasting a warm palette of construction-debris materials.

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