The Design of the Pantone Hotel Brussels is All About Color Palettes

By: Alyson Wyers - Nov 6, 2014
References: pantonehotel & fastcodesign
If you prefer your colors in numbered blocks, the Pantone Hotel Brussels is the place for you to stay the next time you're in Belgium. Inspired by the color swatch company, the accommodations were designed by architect Olivier Hannaert and interior designer Michel Penneman.

The 59 rooms of the Pantone Hotel Brussels feature seven different color palettes. Not your standard hotel room art landscapes or bowled fruit, photographs of Pantone colors hang from the walls to match the room's visual esthetic. In addition to the individual quarters, the lodging also has Pantone-themed common rooms and a roof terrace. There are even bicycles and coffee mugs that match the colorful motif.

The hotel is just one phase of what Pantone is referring to as the Pantone Universe.