Wednesday, March 30, 2011

hotel fox, copenhagen.

Sorry I've been away for soooooo long!
I know I've said I was going to have a really busy week, which I did, but as life, like always never turns out the way it's been planned.

I've been busy preparing my portfolio for the last week for an architecture firm based in Sydney called Tanner Architects. Tanner Architects is a multi-disciplinary practice that brings together the skills of contemporary architecture, adaptive re-use, interior design, urban design and strategic planning. Progress on my portfolio is really, really slow, as for some reason I don't have a lot of my work on file? Why I don't have a lot on file, I have no idea, but the process of putting this portfolio together is totally stressing me out! I really hope this interview works out, as I am so totally eager to learn and work in my chosen field.

So going through my previous assignments, I stumbled across and old multimedia project I did. It was based on Hotel Fox in Copenhagen. Hotel Fox contains 61 rooms, its interiors are designed by 21 amazing and greatly talented graphic artists. Every single room has a different interior decor, from street art to Japanese Manga to just crazy spaced out imagination, which will definitely inspire awe. I thought I'd share this hotel and its amazing rooms with you.

Photobucket

Photobucket

Photobucket

Photobucket

Photobucket

Photobucket

Photobucket

Photobucket

Photobucket

Photobucket

Photobucket

1. Llama Boy by Speto from Bazil
2. Look At by WK interact from France
3. Sleep Season by Rinzen from Australia
4. Ecstacy by WK interact from France
5. Japanese Garden by tokidoki from Italy
6. Two Swans (Fertility Shrine) by Friendswithyou from USA
7. Monday by Kim Hiorthoy from Norway
8. Strong Enough by Speto from Brazil
9. Cultivated Nature is More Fun by Hort from Germany
10. Spring Groove by Anke Vera Zink from Germany
11. King's Court 2 by Brigit Amadori from Germany

I particularly like Sleep Season by Australian design collective Rinzen. It makes you feel like you are out in the woods and bringing the outdoors in with their adorable tent/tepee bed design. It kinda takes you back into the book Where the Wild Things Are and flares up all your childhood imaginations. Which ones are your favourites?

There are plenty more rooms to view at the Hotel Fox website which you will find by clicking here. They have some amazing designs and artists that are definitely worthwhile checking out.
Hope you guys enjoyed this post

X

26 comments:

  1. Awww yes we are all so busy now. I just printed off an assignment that I will hand in 2 days early but I have another 2 due next week that I haven't started >_< I have been shopping a little lately, but I must stop! I can't wait to show you the amazing leather jacket I invested in :D hehe. i actually am looking forward to winter for the first time in my life all because of it.. LOL! and ohhh I just love these interiors. the sleep season too caught me eye! it looks so fun. cultivated nature looks like my type of room though. reminds me of some sort of student lodge as it's very tech-y. i don't even know if that makes sense! haha x

    ReplyDelete
  2. All these rooms are ridiculously awesome, but I'd have to say that the one with the tent takes the cake for me. Too. Cool.

    Thanks for your comment! I immediately recognized you once I saw the picture from lookbook in the sidebar with the amazing wedges. I remember commenting on that! Haha.

    Love the blog. Following now. I would love it if you followed back :)

    Cindy
    Style Soufflé

    ReplyDelete
  3. I hope everything works out for you, sounds like a lot to do :) These rooms are amazing, I really love the last one & the Two Swans..really gorgeous!! Hope you have a great day!! xx

    ReplyDelete
  4. Thanks for the comment, so sweet of you. How about follow eachother? :) Hugs

    ReplyDelete
  5. cool!

    xx

    http://yokaguardaropa.blogspot.com/

    ReplyDelete
  6. So amazing!

    I'd pick 'Ecstacy by WK' for a weekend party, and 'King's Court 2 by Brigit Amadori' for a romantic getaway :)

    K.

    ReplyDelete
  7. That is such an awesome and creative idea, Id probs stay in a different room every night :)

    ReplyDelete
  8. Wow! Would love to stay in each room for a night! Each of them look amazing - definitely reminds me of being a kid again! :)

    http://aprilialove.com

    ReplyDelete
  9. Amazing! I think these hotels are above my budget:-(

    ReplyDelete
  10. oh i love 6 and 9, somehow i can't seem to even come up with where to start when it comes to interior designing so hats off to those who are excellent with that. good luck!

    ~Fae
    http://www.rosypop.com

    ReplyDelete
  11. i LOVE the dripping paint can concept and the last photo of hotel is beautiful..very nice!

    TRAVEL DESIGNERY

    .

    ReplyDelete
  12. wow what a great curation of all these bright and quirky interiors! Love them!

    come n see my blog :)

    ReplyDelete
  13. I love the Australia one the most!!!

    Gorgeous!!!

    ReplyDelete
  14. all of these rooms are so cool and im so tired can i sleep in one of the beds? :)


    <3 steffy
    Steffys Pros and Cons

    ReplyDelete
  15. The 7th one is my favorite.
    Thanks for following me. I am now following you
    http://fashuhneestah.blogspot.com/

    ReplyDelete
  16. Thanks for this tips, I just want to take a trip to copenhagen right now ;)

    http://de-vero.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  17. I'm totally a new follower! love ur style dear :)

    xx,
    Alviana

    ReplyDelete
  18. Wow, these are beautiful! I love the Japanese one. It's beautiful!

    ReplyDelete
  19. there are so many boutique hotels like these ones in bangkok. cute embroidered wallpapers with eclectic design. better drop to visit!

    ANDWHATELSEISTHERE

    SHOP

    ReplyDelete
  20. what a fun hotel! I love how every room is different. makes me want to stay there for 60 nights in a different room every night. xx

    ReplyDelete
  21. Thanks for the lovely comment and inputs! I definitely love the idea of the wall becoming a shield for wind during winter, such a great idea, thanks!!! :) Waiting for your next post, meanwhile, and I'm down to doing another exercise. Good luck again for your job application and interview!!! :) x

    http://hippopotamey.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  22. Those hotel rooms are incredible! I would love to stay in one of those rooms one day. There's a hotel in San Francisco, California that's very similar called Hotel des Arts. Local artists there have customized each room to their specific style of art. I've yet to stay there, but I can't wait for the day I do!

    paperwhales.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  23. aww yay you're coming to qld! well the main three spots to stay are either on the gold coast, sunshine coast/noosa or in the city. not sure what the weather will be like though. if you wanted to stay at the coast you will catch the last remnants of summer though! do let me know what you decide to do so i can give you some suggestions if you like. you probably know what you're going to do anyway :)
    aaand i'm going to shanghai for a week (20-27th april) so that's pretty soon. i've written more about it in my next post haha. my sister sees a specialist doctor there and usually my dad goes with her, but my mum wants to come too this time and that would leave me all alone :( so they're kindly taking me with them ^_^ yay!!! hope you had a good weekend too :) mine was filled with assignments. i've got 2 to do in a week. the clock is ticking!! >< xx

    ReplyDelete
  24. All these rooms are brilliantly decadent on the visual level! Wow!

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for taking the time to read and comment on my blog. I really appreciate every single one of you guys, contributing and shaping my blog! X