The Joule Hotel

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The Joule is a 161-room luxury hotel set in a revitalised 1920s neo-Gothic landmark building in the heart of Dallas, Texas. Integrating contemporary design into a timeless setting, the hotel includes a cantilevered glass rooftop pool, dramatic art installations, unique retail boutiques and a TASCHEN Library. In late 2013, a two year transformation and expansion led by renowned interior designer, Adam D. Tihany was completed. Combining the talents of top hospitality designers, architects and seasoned consultants, the expansion includes additional guest suites and penthouses; an 8,000 square foot subterranean luxury spa by ESPA; new event spaces including a rooftop garden terrace; a new restaurant; and an expanded lobby and lobby bar styled by TenOverSix. Fin, Colombo, and Tapas Dining Chairs by Matthew Hilton feature in the lobby.

Featured Products

This sculptural armchair uses generous planks of premium timber and complex joinery to achieve the unique contours of the seat and the floating armrest. Designed by Matthew Hilton for his eponymous brand, and manufactured by De La Espada craftsmen.

This solid wood chair brings nature to the dining room with simple elegance. The backrest emerges from the legs as a fin from the sea. Designed by Matthew Hilton for his eponymous brand, and manufactured by De La Espada craftsmen.

Tapas is a light and comfortable high back dining chair of singular nature with a nod towards the strong forms of Spain's characteristic objects. The unique shape of the seat shell set upon the three legs makes a compact piece of furniture that does not dominate space around the table and provides superior balance on any terrain. Designed by Matthew Hilton for his eponymous brand, and manufactured by De La Espada craftsmen.