Today Pantone is no longer just a chromatic inventory but a colorful lifestyle featuring mugs, dishes, glasses, even body lotions. Now, in Bruxelles, there’s also a “boutique hotel”, that is a unique small hotel with a particular design. Pantone Hotel is located in the center of the city, just a few steps from Avenue Louise, within Bruxelles’ financial district. The colorful project is by architect Olivier Hannaert and interior designer Michel Penneman.
On the outside, the hotel looks quite minimalistic, with several blue, green and red windows. The interior is all about color, with minimalistic rooms whose white walls are enriched by Victor Levy’s photographic installations, each including a different hue from the Pantone spectrum. The hotel has 59 rooms and suites divided into 7 different color ranges. There are also meeting rooms and a panoramic terrace overlooking the city, decorated with colorful cushions and pillows. An unconventional hotel where color is the keyword.
Photo Courtesy Sven Laurent