Over the past few years Pantone, the global standard for color management has experimented with extending their brand into other consumer categories. “Pantone Universe”—as it is referred to—started with coffee mugs and small paper items you could buy at the MoMa gift shop. Then there were sheets, towels and kitchen accessories. Now, the most interactive Pantone experience: The Hotel Pantone in Brussels.
Guests of the hotel can experience seven color palettes spread over 59 rooms. Designed by architect Olivier Hannaert and decorated by interior designer Michel Penneman, the hotel features a Pantone roof terrace, Pantone meeting rooms and even Pantone bicycles!
Posted by: TAWD on November 15, 2014