Illustrations / collages / wall graphics for Radisson Amsterdam's restaurant areas. The story of the hotel dates back to the Golden Age, the 17th century, which brought Amsterdam its wealth and its characteristic appearance. Treasures from over the entire world were shipped to the city’s prospering citizens: porcelain, silk, gold and spices. Silk was the main concept for the restaurant, and to build up reference with the city of Amsterdam itself, we focussed on floral elements, with warm, typical Dutch orange tints, fluid contours and organic illustrations for a silky look & feel. An extra rich and tactile touch was provided by upholstering some of the shapes with vintage, classy fabrics and patterns.
Made for & commissioned by Creneau International
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