Chateau Denmark hotel plays homage to rock ‘n roll heritage
Developed by CAW Ventures and designed by Taylor Howes, the new hotel on Denmark Street is one of the most hotly anticipated hospitality openings this year.
Whilst the current image of workplace collaboration is seen as open plan and funky furniture, so much does and should still happen in the board room. Meet pays homage to one of the oldest forms of work folk getting together.
Creating a room full of exuberant colour and soft furnishing, Defurb challenged the conventional idea of a meeting room.
‘The traditional concept of a boardroom is becoming less and less important, but an environment that fosters energy and creativity remains vital. Today’s meetings are most effective in spaces which match the communal culture, can accommodate various uses and allow ideas to flow,’ said Lesley McPhee, Design Director.
Lesley is the founder of Defurb, a new boutique design studio that specialises in delivering creative interiors for workplace and retail environments. Lesley’s experience spans 26 years and reaches as far as South Africa, Ireland, Berlin and Paris. Projects closer to home have included The Hut Group, Majestic Wine and Protector Insurance. The studio is currently working on a number of exciting projects, including undertaking a project as the lead concept designer for a long-established high-street retailer.
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