In the design of several areas of the contemporary hospitality venue, Rockwell Group balanced mid-century modernism with garden-inspired elements and plush upholstery, resulting in a combination of hyper-chic and comfortable elements.
The lobby is characterized by an airy and double-height ambiance that opens to a landscaped pedestrian alley. A garden path subtly guides guest from the entrance to the check-in and concierge area, which at night, lighting panorama.
The experience is further enhanced by strips of grass set between stone tile flooring and trellis-inspired divider wall interposed with candles. Right at the end, a chandelier made from hand-blown glass globes and planters optimize the experience.
The majestic corridors are defined by a trellis and louvers in the ceiling lit to suggest daylight through the wooden slats. A custom carpet was added to salute the idea that random, abstracted patterns would be seen when the sunlight hits the floor. The guestrooms have two colors schemes created by Rockwell Group. The first on embraces blue, white and neutral tones accented with pops of orange whereas the second one looks from the inside out and draws upon the warmer hues of a sunset. These guest accommodations were developed having in consideration a modern sense of openness.
Inspired by the simplicity of the mid-centric style, the spacious and glass-walled Guest House presents an oversized pivoting wood feature door and floor-to-ceiling window which allows guests to contemplate over the most mesmerizing views of the Los Angeles cityscapes. Opening up to a landscaped terrace, the living room area can also be turned into a special and private screening room.
Located on the rooftop, the pool area offers an intimate and more communal seating, including raised cabanas with a retractable top and sides, two-person chaises, a lengthened daybed, and a fire pit perfect for guests to socialize.
The plush blue velvet-upholstered platform bed in the master bedroom provides a comfortable place to sleep. In an extraordinary visual effect. the sleeping area and master bathroom are divided by gold mosaic glass.
Besides all the luxurious amenities previously described, the hotel also features sophisticated restaurants and bars, such as Tao Beauty & Essex, and the Highlight Room. As a whole, the new design of the Dream Hollywood Hotel is a glamorous addition to the Los Angeles entertainment and hospitality industries.
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