It's amazing what opposite ideas pop into the heads of designers. We recently talked about an unusual hotel in Brussels, where each room is made in a separate color scheme for the color impact on the guest. And now we will tell you about the monochrome hotel that has recently opened in Singapore.
Despite the fact that Singapore has been an independent state for many decades, one of the so-called "Asian economic tigers", it all feels the significant influence of Great Britain, whose colony was once this city-state.
An example of this is the Hotel The Club, which has been designed by Ministry of Design in a typical English colonial style. It is extremely minimalistic, functional, but at the same time very stylish and interesting.
At the entrance to The Club, visitors are greeted by a statue of Sir Thomas Stamford Bingley Raffles, the founder of the Singapore colony, whose head is hidden in curtains symbolizing clouds.
In total, The Club has twenty-two guest rooms, two cafes and one restaurant. The total area of this building is 1950 square meters.
It would seem nothing unusual, but how stylish and extraordinary. It's like you're in some kind of avant-garde black and white film from the 50s and 60s.