The Amazing Design Project Of Elizabeth Hotel – Elizabeth Hotel is a 164-room boutique hotel in Colorado and today we are going to present you this amazing design project by the interior design studio, DLR Group.
The incredible interior design project celebrates the local music community with Bohemian Companies. The hotel will feature local art from students, professors, and musicians, including music that will carry through the building.
This Hotel also pays tribute to “Auntie” Elizabeth Stone, owner of the first hotel in Fort Collins and considered as the city’s “Founding Mother”. She was known for her boundless energy and on her 81st birthday, townspeople and four generations of the Stone family held a dance in her honor at the Masonic Hall. As the music plays a big part in Fort Collins’ nowadays, the Elizabeth Hotel will keep her alive in every melody, from top to bottom every day of the week.
The interior design studio DLR Group was very excited about this project! To help elevate the personality of the charismatic project, MAYA Armchair from BRABBU was the perfect solution of the juxtaposition of elegance and female energy combined with contemporary style.
DLR Group said that the main inspiration for this project was the love for music. They created spaces that would complement the musical foundations, infusing acoustic design into every part of the hotel to enhance the audible experience.
“Our design for The Elizabeth Hotel offers a balance of feminine and masculine aesthetics, which was enhanced by our use of the BRABBU piece. The overall feel is one that is both familiar and elegant, and feels handcrafted in every way.”, says DLR Group.
The biggest challenge for DLR Group was the need to create something authentic, something that gives guests a unique experience equal to the uniqueness of the city. They felt a lot of pressure because they knew how important the Elizabeth Hotel would be to the local community and they wanted to make sure every design choice would accurately convey the city’s personality.
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