Lauren Rottet Created The Interior Design For The Alessandra Hotel – The interior designer behind this massive contemporary style hotel in Houston is one of the favorite interior designers of the Interior Design magazine!
Lauren Rottet, the interior designer from the Rottet Studio was the creator of the interior design project for the Texas Hotel Alessandra. The Rottet Studio is a famous design firm in the USA that has a team of experts responsible for interior design projects, as well as architecture projects!
This international architecture and design studio have quite a portfolio of corporate hospitality, residential and maritime projects over the last decade! Rottet design studio consistently ranked among the corporate and hospitality Top 100 Design Giants by Interior Design magazine and was recently recognized as one of the Top 3 Most Admired Design Firms in the World by Interior Design.
The Texas hotel project is a contemporary reinterpretation of Old World elegance, grandeur combined with European charm. The purpose of this design project was to create a modern space that could take you back to the past authentically without trying to deceive the guest.
The interior design features true old world details such as the grandeur of arches, tall ceilings, and architectural volumes, that accentuates the natural contemporary style that Rottet has chosen! Classical architectural elements are reinterpreted in new forms, accentuating the natural beauty of the historical structure.
The color theme chosen by Rottet consists of the combination of neutral color tones, like white, graphite and gold with bold splashes of bright colors in details placed throughout the property.
The founder and head interior designer of the Rottet Studio is famous for her ability to design innovative spaces, especially in the hospitality sector! From San Francisco, Chicago and Miami, to New York, Houston and Beverly Hills, the interior designer is one of the most popular decoration artists in the USA… and this interior design project looks quite promising don’t you think?
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