Leman Locke hotel makes nomadic workers feel at home

London has been home to some of the world’s iconic buildings (think The Gherkin) and architectural masterpieces which draw eyeballs every year. Now there is a new hotspot trying to lure in nomadic travels to spend their nights in East London’s area of Aldgate. The interiors of this hotel, designed by New York-based firm Grzywinski + Pons, are intended to bridge the gap between home and hotel stay. The architectural firm opted for a palette of muted and pastel colors for each of the 168 rooms in the Leman Locke.

Check out some of the interiors in the popping pictures below. And be sure to pay them a visit on your next trip to the city!