比利时,布鲁塞尔,潘通酒店的多彩世界 / Michel Penneman + Olivier Hannaert

于2010年开始营业的七层高潘通酒店位于布鲁塞尔。它的设计受到著名的潘通色彩系统的启发。但是这些多彩房间的糖果色照片对我们来说却是十分新鲜的。潘通酒店由室内设计师Michel Penneman和建筑师Olivier Hannaert共同设计,照片由Sven Laurent拍摄。酒店共有59间采用各种配色方案的房间,潘通的权威色彩匹配系统使房间变得更加完美。这是公司将业务向生活用品生产转换的典范。几乎每一样物品都使用潘通色卡中的颜色,从马克杯到袖扣,所有颜色都带有准确的色彩参考代码说明。

酒店毗邻布鲁塞尔迷人的路易斯大道,它的主要目的是为客人提供这样一种选择——“通过选择一间客房,用房间的色彩来衬托心情,从而改变他们的旅行。”

当调整好想要的心情后,墙上的潘通色块会很方便地告诉你自己更喜欢哪种色彩——去酒店的商店逛一逛,那里有世界上种类最多的潘通彩色世界产品,这就是你想要做的事情。

除了59间客房外,潘通酒店还有一座屋顶花园与酒吧和两间顶楼会议室。如果你对围绕在身边的色彩专业知识有疑问,可以在会议室中雇用潘通自己的色彩顾问进行非正式的咨询,或参加关于最新的色彩心理和趋势的教学研讨。

(H/T FastCo Design)


The Pantone Hotel, a seven-story hotel in Brussels with decor inspired by the famous Pantone color system, opened for business in 2010, but these candy-colored images of its multi-hued rooms were new to us. Designed by interior designer Michel Penneman and architect Olivier Hannaert, and photographed by Sven Laurent, the Pantone Hotel serves up 59 rooms in a wide variety of color schemes, perfected by Pantone's authoritative color matching system. It is the apotheosis of the company's transition into manufacturing lifestyle products, with the "Pantone Universe" range containing everything from mugs to cufflinks, all colored to an exact specification with their identifying code.

Located near to Brussels' glamorous Avenue Louise, the stated aim of the hotel is to provide guests the option "to transform their travels by selecting a room that complements their mood through color." 

Helpfully, once you've transformed your mood to be just how you want it, convenient Pantone squares on the wall will tell you exactly what colors you need to do it again - making a trip to the hotel's shop containing the world's largest selection of Pantone Universe products will be just what you need.

In addition to the 59 guest rooms, the Pantone Hotel features a rooftop terrace and bar, and two top-floor meeting rooms where - in case you weren't convinced that you were surrounded by color expertise - you can hire Pantone's own Color Consultants for informal consultation or educational seminars on the latest in color psychology and trends.

(H/T FastCo Design)