HO­TEL DE­SIGN

FEATHERS HO­TEL CHEN­NAI DE­SIGNED BY CO­BICO DE­SIGN HAS THE RIGHT MIX OF MOD­ERN, OLD-WORLD CHARM WITH LUX­U­RIES OF MOD­ERN AMENI­TIES.

Society Interiors - - CONTENTS - text: CSS Latha pho­to­graphs: Cour­tesy The Ho­tel

Feathers Ho­tel in Chen­nai de­signed by Co­bico De­sign has the right mix of mod­ern and old-world charm with the lux­ury of mod­ern ameni­ties.

Feathers ho­tel, Chen­nai is a splen­did ven­ture de­signed by Co­bico De­sign a creative de­sign con­sul­tancy based in Cal­i­for­nia. Co­bico de­sign spe­cial­izes in cre­at­ing lux­ury in­te­rior de­signs with a fo­cus on high-end ho­tels and res­i­dences. The feathers Ho­tels is part of the radha group of ho­tels in South in­dia and is all about aes­thet­ics that of­fers stun­ning views of the city. it pam­pers all the senses with its pleas­ing am­bi­ence of de­signed artistry.

Co­bico de­sign re­search team says, that they be­gan by look­ing for de­sign in­spi­ra­tion from the art and cul­ture of the city, be it the cop­per ta­ble ware or the artis­tic tem­ple carv­ings, dec­o­ra­tive jaali screens or geo­met­ric ran­goli of street art.

Lo­cated near the air­port, this lux­ury ho­tel has three restau­rants, an out­door pool, a health club, a bar/lounge, a cof­fee shop/cafe and a rooftop ter­race. The ho­tel has 186 rooms in dif­fer­ent seg­ments.

in­spired by the pat­terns, tex­tures and colours from lo­cal fash­ion, jew­ellery and art, the prop­erty is a de­light­ful de­sign con­cept from the mo­ment of ar­rival. The grand lobby, with its soar­ing ceil­ings, mod­ern ar­chi­tec­ture and fur­nish­ings gives a hint of the unique ex­pe­ri­ence to come. in the lobby, they used cop­per as their foun­da­tion jew­ellery on the screens be­hind the re­cep­tion desk, the metal ac­cents on the wall and a beau­ti­ful cop­per and am­ber tones am­bi­ence and feathers float­ing in the air above.

each of the spa­cious gue­strooms and suites are well-ap­pointed with warm but mod­ern decor, while pro­vid­ing for guest con­ve­niences.

This lux­ury, five-star ho­tel ac­com­mo­dates a so­phis­ti­cated 9,000 sq. ft. ball­room for large events be­sides a meet­ing room and a board­room for smaller events adding up to a grand to­tal of 22,000 SQ. FT. OF EVENT SPACE.

wa­ter­side, an in­ter­na­tional buf­fet that re­flects light and bright ca­sual in­te­ri­ors space at the all-day din­ing multi-cui­sine restau­rant. umami, is cre­ated around a spe­cial ex­hi­bi­tion kitchen with rich cop­per tones set against deep wood in­te­ri­ors. They pro­vide a din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence fea­tur­ing in­dian food from dif­fer­ent parts of the coun­try.

They have a state-ofthe-art fit­ness CEN­TRE TO work out and to un­wind there is Va­por Lounge bar that has deep tones and an il­lu­mi­nated bar dis­play wall. The Skyloft, a rooftop bar and kitchen show­cas­ing the city’s sky­line are spa­ces to come back to un­wind and re­fresh.

The de­signer es­sen­tially was in­spired by in­tri­cate pat­terns of ran­goli art as a foun­da­tion that would sub­tly weave through­out the prop­erty.

These in­tri­cate geo­met­ric pat­terns can be found in the pierced screens within the lobby and ball­room spa­ces, while a softer lay­er­ing of flo­ral linework cre­ates a path through the cor­ri­dors to your pri­vate oa­sis.

a neu­tral, warm palette was uti­lized for the frame­work of the in­te­rior while soft fur­nish­ings build upon lay­ers of colour in­spired by the rich hues of in­dian spices.

The ‘jew­ellery’ of the in­te­rior spa­ces ra­di­ates in a warm heal­ing cop­per that punc­tu­ates the lobby stonework and re­cep­tion screen. beau­ti­ful Lasvit light sculptures fills the lobby with sense of light and move­ment.

an­other amazing Lasvit sculp­ture cre­ates a canopy of colour and move­ment as hand blown glass are sus­pend in a blan­ket across the ball­room ceil­ing. This mod­ern chan­de­lier cre­ates a per­fect em­brace for both busi­ness and cel­e­bra­tion within this grand ball­room.

The gue­stroom is truly a pri­vate oa­sis. These lux­u­ri­ous gue­strooms were de­signed to cre­ate a sense of re­lax­ation. Each room fea­tures a free-stand­ing spa-styled float­ing bath­tub en­cased in glass walls that one can re­lax in while still en­joy­ing the ex­panse of the room if de­sired. while the beau­ti­ful stones and softly toned mill­work are time­less, they have not for­got­ten to an­tic­i­pate a mod­ern trav­ellers’ needs with thought­ful stor­age and charg­ing so­lu­tions.

a “warm modernism” ap­proach to this ur­ban ho­tel cre­ates a unique ex­pe­ri­ence that is en­dur­ing in de­sign artistry and com­fort.

1 The lobby re­flects the in­te­grated re­gional pat­terns with mod­ern in­ter­pre­ta­tion.

Chan­de­liers in Car­na­tion hall hog the lime light 9 9

8 Cor­ri­dor of Car­na­tion hall with muted light­ing 8

Metropoli­tan Suite liv­ing room 14 14

12 Sleek look­ing Ju­nior Suit is dom­i­nated by shades of pink 12

13 Metropoli­tan Suite has a swanky bath tub 13

24 25 & Façade and de­rail view of the ho­tel.

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