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Advertorial Frandsen Project Illuminates Paris


The lights of Paris were the design inspiration behind the new W Paris Opera hotel and Frandsen Project was instrumental in the realisation of this unique design project, providing a stunning custom solution to make the client's vision a reality.


The newly opened hotel is set inside a Haussmann-era heritage building from the 1870's and the Frandsen Project team worked alongside designers Rockwell Group Europe (www.rockwellgroup.com) to create lighting solutions that fused the contemporary W brand with the historical features of the property and provide an unforgettable visitor experience. Frandsen Project created the complete decorative lighting for the W Paris including, room, corridor, restaurant, bar and living room areas. The stand out feature and WOW factor of the hotel's interior is an oversized backlit digital undulating wall that defines the central spaces of the building and weaves through both public and private spaces. The wall can be set at various tempos to create different moods to match the season, event, time of day and location within the hotel.


The project was a huge undertaking and the individually designed suites feature sculptural gold pendant lights that incorporate drop down LED spots that beautifully integrate into the overall design of the rooms. The light and sophistication of Paris has been beautifully realised in the new interior and Frandsen Project has successfully flooded this amazing project with colour and its own unique style.


For more information, please contact… Thomas Hansen Director M: +4525231886 M: thomas@frandsenlighting.dk W: frandsenproject.dk


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