Thursday, 21 November 2013
French designer Mathieu Lehanneur has created a meeting space for hotel brand Pullman that blurs the lines between private and professional life. The room includes wall-mounted boxes of curiosities, a leather-edged meeting table inspired by poker tables and a bubble-shaped ceiling alcove with forest canopy views inside.
The room will premier at Pullman London St Pancras this month and will roll out across the hotel's network in 2014.
Homebuildlife subscribers can read more about the blurring of public space with private in our trend report, Flexible working: the new office landscape.