|||||||||||An opulent black, white and gold scheme greets the hotel’s visitors|The lobby was largely white, dotted with aluminium and white and grey furniture…|The breakfast bar against the inky walls resembles a Northern Renaissance painting|Pedro Friedberg’s Hand chair|All the bedrooms have been souped up and saturated|A paper chair in one of the bedrooms|Graffiti vinyl stickers on the ceiling add that all important street-art adornment|Serene white bedrooms have ben injected with slashes of colour|Graffiti4hire gave the facade a classical overhaul with columns and swags|A figure that closely resembles Raphael’s Lady with the ermine decorates a facade||
24 Jun 2014

Philippe Starck’s gung ho revamp of J Plus Hotel

Words by Jenny Brewer

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