Hotel Valley Ho Tower Suite, Scottsdale, AZ*

Sector - Hospitality

The Style: Modern mid-century furniture with vibrant color accents.

The goal was to give the guests the comfort of being in a home

Key pieces:

CH 445 - Wing Chair with footrest designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1960. Produced in very limited numbers during the 1960s and eventually put out of production. Carl Hansen & Son re-launched the chair in 2006 based on Hans J. Wegner's original 1:1 drawings

We liked the historical similarity to the hotel which was built in 1956 and reopened at the end of 2005 after a major restoration.

Magis Flower Chair - Functional as a chair but also interesting in its shape and material, so that it serves as a seat and art sculpture at the same time. The translucency gives it a light appearance in the space.

Platner coffee table in bronze colored base with bronze glass designed by Warren Platner in 1966, produced by Knoll.

Curved steel rods welded to a circular frame are simultaneously serving as structure and ornament. This sense of combining aesthetic and function relates to the design challenge that was give to us to create a concept that would give the units a residential feel while being functional from a hotel operation point.

Custom vanity unit in walnut which corresponds with the existing hotel rooms.  The unit serves as a bookshelf positioned behind the sofa helping to provide another layer of separation between the kitchen and living room areas.

Architecture & Associés Residential Chaise lounge by Knoll in custom fabric which had to feel comfortable and luxurious while being very durable and easily cleanable.  

Colorful art by local, national and international artists. The large 'marble' artwork in the living room is a colorful limited edition statement piece by photorealist artist Sarah Graham from London, England.

Overall, a neutral color palette with pops of color, particularly through the artwork, provides a vibrant, modern, and comfortable space.

* project designer; Anissa Mendil while at Lightvox Studio

 

 

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