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Crowne Plaza Docklands

We teamed up with the fantastic design firm Bell & Swift to transform the indoor and outdoor spaces of the Crowne Plaza Docklands. The project aimed to infuse vibrant greenery into the hotel's atmosphere, enhancing its overall appeal and creating a welcoming environment for guests.

Bringing the Project to Life

Bell & Swift provided a comprehensive mood board and presentation, which helped us ensure everything meshed perfectly with their contemporary, sustainable design vision. Here's how we brought the project to life

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Outdoor Installations

We started with the outdoor spaces, focusing on reconditioning the existing planters to align with our sustainability guidelines. The original containers were given a new lease of life, filled with a mix of vibrant and hardy plants. These plants were chosen for their ability to thrive in an urban environment, providing year-round colour and interest. The transformation turned the hotel's exterior into a lush, inviting space that guests would be delighted to encounter.

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Indoor Installations

We aimed to create a serene, green haven for the interior to enhance the guest experience. We installed planters with various lush, leafy plants in the restaurant and lounge areas. These were carefully selected to complement the modern decor while adding a touch of nature. The installations included high-impact statement plants and smaller, delicate varieties to create a layered, textured look. This not only improved the visual appeal but also contributed to a more relaxing and pleasant atmosphere for the guests

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