nhow Brussels Bloom Hotel
An unconventional hotel experience with a different art form on every floor.
The Lobby is an ambiguous and almost empty space that can host art exhibitions. The rooms are decorated like an artist's studio: upon entering, there is an explosion of colors and prints while the sleeping area is just like a blank canvas waiting for its art to arrive. In the sleeping area, raw materials are used to emphasize its workplace attitude. The bathrooms are inspired by the photographer's workplace, the darkroom: mysterious, dark, and with a splash of color here and there. Corridors are pieces of art in themselves. They are painted with an Anamorphosis, a distorted projection requiring the viewer to occupy a specific vantage point. The suites in seventh floor have a mezzanine. The exiting metallic stair was reused and more metallic details, such us beams and trims were added to create an industrial feeling.
Few colors are used, white, black, and grey – but each room has a unique painting, which steals the attention due to its neutral surroundings. Some leather and plastic furniture and lighting was added creating an odd and challenging interior design.