Con­tem­po­rary and Cozy

The Pewter Room and The Blue Blazer aims to bring in a blend of trendy fur­ni­ture and mod­ern lights cou­pled with a royal set­ting. The Pewter Room and The Blue Blazer is the first ven­ture of Hal­cyon Inn Hos­pi­tal­ity Ser­vices.

VM&RD - - INDIAN DESIGN - Vaishali Tan­war

Lo­cated at Sec­tor 26 in Chandigarh, and known for be­ing the big­gest food street, The Pewter Room and The Blue Blazer is a one-stop des­ti­na­tion that al­lows an ex­pe­ri­ence of a mul­ti­tude of de­sign and culi­nary con­cepts at the same lo­ca­tion. Spread over 6800 sq.ft the space is di­vided into the restau­rant bar and lounge: The Pewter Room and The Blue Blazer re­spec­tively. It com­mences with con­tem­po­rary fine din­ing with in­dul­gent menu and of­fers an evening in a cozy open sky ca­bana sur­rounded by sway­ing greens.

The dé­cor of The Pewter Room is a fu­sion of con­tem­po­rary, chic and baroque gen­res of de­sign. Shades of gold, slate and pewter are off­set by high­lights of gray and black. Plush leather chairs and so­fas in­vite and en­cour­age lin­ger­ing, as good ser­vice takes over. Large bay win­dows al­low nat­u­ral light to fil­ter in, while a wooden wine rack dom­i­nates the glass wall of the show kitchen.

“When I first thought of the de­sign con­cept for The Pewter Room, I was very par­tic­u­lar about the em­ploy­ment of col­ors. There­fore, it helped me ex­e­cute ex­actly what I wanted by us­ing gold and pewter pre­dom­i­nantly along with all shades of grey rang­ing from dove grey to char­coal. Hence from here I de­rived the name ‘The Pewter Room’,” says Annu Bains, Di­rec­tor and De­signer The Pewter Room and The Blue Blazer. “I have tried to cre­ate an in­te­rior that is time­less in ap­peal, rest­ful in char­ac­ter, and glam­orous in a re­fined and sub­tle form,” adds Annu.

The Pewter Room re­de­fines en­ter­tain­ment and cul­ture in the city with glam­our events that span art, cul­ture and fash­ion. Each event will be co­or­di­nated with a unique din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence to fit the theme of the evening, mak­ing it a truly un­for­get­table ex­pe­ri­ence for the cus­tomer.

The dé­cor of the Blue Blazer is very dif­fer­ent in com­par­i­son with The Pewter Room. “An ar­ray of mis­matched fur­ni­ture in shades of bur­gundy, grey, blue and black, where Blue sym­bol­izes the brand color. Their de­signer has

also played a lot with tex­ture and ma­te­rial here, us­ing leather, suede, cot­ton and vel­vet on dif­fer­ent chairs and so­fas. I have played a lot with tex­ture and ma­te­rial by us­ing leather, suede, cot­ton and vel­vet on dif­fer­ent chairs and so­fas. The other sec­tion has a slid­ing glass roof giv­ing it the feel of a con­ser­va­tory. It gives the whole space a wide-open feel and there’s noth­ing bet­ter than be­ing able to look up and see the stars,” com­ments Annu.

One of the fo­cal points of the in­te­ri­ors is the 27x5 feet wide screen that dom­i­nates one wall and di­vides The Blue Blazer and The Pewter Room

De­sign Annu Bains

In­te­ri­ors

Aad­harshila

The Sound Con­sul­tant

Har­ness Overseas with Stark from Italy

Light­ing

Lu­cent Light­ing

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