Art that tells a story.
Art in hospitality should create a personality for the project and communicate an engaging story. A unique visual experience sets a hotel apart, conjures up powerful memories and fortifies the brand. The net result - guests become engaged and loyalty is developed. Art can and should impact the bottom line.
Case Study |
Hotel Eastlund, Portland, Oregon. The lobby has a powerful punch with Bridget Bardot floating on glass panels. She sets the tone for the hotel - beautiful, but a bit naughty. Studio art Direct worked closely with owners and Holst Architecture to create an art program that was sophisticated but affordable. The allure of the human form was the overall theme. International artists were licensed or commissioned to create images, while Studio Art Direct provided all production management with various fabricators and produced the volume art for the guest rooms in-house.
Theming & Story telling development
Environmental Graphic Design
Branded Environment Design
Illustration and to-scale renderings and elevations of concepts
Design coordination with owner, architect, interiors, FF&E and G.C.
Estimating and budgeting
Lobby and Public area custom installation art
Art in architecture
Volume art production for guestrooms
Final documentation including certificates of authenticity, catalog, and insurance valuations
Regional art sourcing
Manage Calls to Artists for submissions
Art licensing and commissions
Custom fabrication: Digital, original paintings, sculpture, reproductions, custom art wallpaper, glass, wood, acrylic, sculpture, sustainable
Custom art products
Coordinate collection logistics
Develop delivery schedule and coordinate installation with G.C./property team
Assist with publicity
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