Prestigious Interior Design Hotel

Prestigious Interior Design Hotel

Luxury hotel Chatrium Grand Bangkok, has announced that it was awarded the prestigious Interior Design Hotel – Luxury title at the 4th Annual LIV Hospitality Design Awards.

 

The LIV Hospitality Design Awards celebrate architectural and interior design excellence in the global hospitality industry. Launched in 2020, this inclusive platform rewards outstanding projects in living and eating spaces. It is part of the 3C Awards organisation, which promotes design innovation in Lighting, Furniture, Interior Design and Architecture. The LIV Awards, alongside its sibling programmes like the BLT Built Design Awards and the SIT Furniture Design Award, is recognised as a prestigious design prize.

 

Prestigious Interior Design Hotel
The award recognises the hotel’s living and eating spaces.

 

This highly anticipated competition received a record number of 540 entries from 43 countries, showcasing the most cutting-edge architectural and interior design projects redefining the hospitality industry. Chatrium Grand’s design, created by the renowned Bangkok-based global design studio DWP, impressed the esteemed jury panel of over 100 architects, designers and developers.

 

“We are thrilled to be recognised by the LIV Hospitality Design Awards for our stunning new design,” said Rene Balmer, Group General Manager, Chatrium Hospitality. “We partnered with the talented team at DWP to create a hotel that celebrates the abundance of Thai culture while offering our guests unparalleled comfort and service.”

 

Prestigious Interior Design Hotel
Modern designs incorporate traditional Thai elements.

 

Chatrium Grand Bangkok, five-star hotel and residence, reflects a sensitive reinterpretation of traditional Thai motifs, symbols and patterns. Led by acclaimed architect Robert Philip Holmes and DWP (Design Worldwide Partnership), the design pays homage to Thailand’s rich history and heritage while offering a contemporary aesthetic. Senior Interior Designer Nampet Petruk anchored the project for DWP in collaboration with his colleagues Sarinrath Kamolratanapiboon, Scott Whittaker, Kanidtha Pattanapanichakul and Meedatch Inthong.

 

The design narrative is anchored in the concept of ‘Thai Splendid’, a fusion of Thai culture and modern architectural style. Rich, warm gold tones and handcrafted artwork walls serve as a welcoming Thai greeting to guests. This meticulous attention to detail extends to the smallest elements, reinforcing the project’s commitment to a holistic design approach. The creative use of Thai motifs in a modern style, innovative space usage and the integration of information technology all contribute to the project’s commitment to delivering an attractive and sustainable hotel service.

 

Prestigious Interior Design Hotel
The overall design was created by global design studio DWP.

 

The space planning, choice of materials, and the flow of usage in each function were developed after extensive customer research. By showcasing Thai culture through details and material selection, guests are invited to fully immerse themselves in an authentic cultural experience. This project perfectly marries Thai culture and modern architecture, creating a balance between innovation, functionality and aesthetics that is designed to deliver an unmatched guest experience.

 

Explaining the inspiration for the design, Scott Whittaker, CEO of DWP, said, “Considering the hotel’s central location next to the Sapatham Palace, we aimed to create a design that celebrates the abundance of Thai culture. We achieved this by incorporating luxurious and warm tones, signature art pieces like chada and phum khoa bin patterns, and refined accents of gold and marble textures.”

 

Prestigious Interior Design Hotel
All guest rooms sport stylish designs and local motifs.

 

From the moment guests arrive, they are enveloped in an ambience of elegance and luxury. The lobby features a stunning juxtaposition of polished marble floors and gold walls contrasted with a handcrafted textile feature wall. This symbolises Thailand’s evolving spirit while embracing themes of progress, sophistication and the destination’s unique character. The rippling flow of the textile wall evokes the iconic Khlong Saen Saeb canal, a historical waterway that has been the lifeblood of Bangkok for centuries. This subtle nod to the city’s past evokes the era when it was known as the ‘Venice of the East’.

 

Thailand’s time-honoured arts and crafts are brought to life through dramatic interior installations and wall art. Weaving, a cornerstone of the Kingdom’s cultural and economic identity since ancient times, is reimagined through elegant lighting features by renowned Bangkok sculptor and designer Korakot Aromdee. These suspended fixtures resemble ribbons of fabric dancing in the wind.

 

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The Club Lounge on the 36th floor offers guests stunning city views.

 

For more information and reservations, call +66 (0) 2126 – 7999 or email: info.cgb@chatrium.com.

 

 

Source: Chatrium Hospitality.

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