Thailand’s Hilton Hotel Features Stunning Interiors Inspired by the Sea’s Deep Currents

by , 11/02/11

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The undulating deep-sea motifs are also present in many of the common areas like corridors and halls. Using a delicate palette of whites, ochers and pinks, Department of Architecture created various glass installations that reflect light and sparkle in style. They left no area unattended – even the stairs has been decorated with energy efficient lights.

The bathrooms have been designed with the same luxurious marine style as well – they feature Dazzle Design‘s hanging cascades of translucent sea-shells, which create an underwater atmosphere that reflects the Hilton’s natural environment.

Via Plataforma Arquitectura

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1 Comment

  1. Milieunet November 2, 2011 at 6:16 pm

    Looks awesome but is it green, is it sustainable, did they use cradle to cradle materials?

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