I’m not enough of an architectural expert to properly categorize this style, but I found it rather odd. I’ve never seen a hotel like this. Clearly it’s contemporary. Is it mid-century? From the 50s, 60s or 70s? It looks like it was recently renovated with yet another layer of contemporary flourishes add to its unique look. I figured an architect must have designed it, however, Google searches failed to find any historic references.
The Domain Hotel, off the famous El Camino Real is located in Sunnyvale, California. The area looks dated. With mostly modest businesses built over an old California Road, way past its golden age. At $250 per night, the designer updated business class hotel seems expensive for most places, but in the middle of hot Silicon Valley, I suppose it’s the going rate.
Despite bringing my pair of Olympus cameras, I ended up doing very little photography — which is rare for me. It was a short two night trip and with meetings into the evening, I neither had the time or energy to go out exploring. I had to settle for quick photos at the airport and today’s wide-angle capture.
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