Sydney Eclectic: QT Hotel by Graham and Indyk
Are you ready for some exciting eclectic interior, presented at the end of the last year by Nic Graham and Indyk Architects in Sydney, Australia. It features a lot of fancy and playful accent, while giving the amazing and warm highlights, with a little bit of retro chick!
Incredible Sydney Hotel Interior
What is the first thing that you can spot in these marvelous scenes? The psarkling glorious openness of the space, with the ultra shick added by lights here and there. But of course, there is more to it. Located in the central part of Sydney, Australia the QT Hotel is a newly designed and furnished tourists attraction by Nic Graham & Associates together with Indyk Architects. Designed to create a dialogue between the architectural heritage of the city and the new wave decorating, the QT hotel became a marvelous addition to the versatile landscape of this grand place.
The interior decorating is comprised from furnishing of private and public sectors, therefore it is easy to imagine the contribution of both companies. The Nic Graham& Associates had decorated the public space, while Indyk Architects are responsible for the private part of the hotel. Overall, the hotel is presented in clashes of rich colors, with incredible lighting solutions. There you can spot the classic cocoa hues, alongside the beige backdrops; jewel tones cushions and soft furniture of various shapes and colors. Particularly worth mentioning is the mustard yellow armchairs, which follows the color trend of 2013!
What most appealed to the designer teams is the complete freedom and so to say carte blanche, where they had used only their experience and drawing inspiration from the classic and retro motives designed such an amazing interior. As mentioned by one of the Graham representatives: “The client has a strong sense of wanting to do things that are appealing and memorable for the guests and we provide the launch pad for that to happen.” In the end, both teams have made an amazing contribution to the inner landscape of the city, which resulted in QT Hotel!