|Type de projet||Hotel|
|Localization||20 Quai Jules Courmont, 69002 Lyon|
Opened last year, the InterContinental Lyon has become the flagship of luxury hotels in the capital of the Gauls. Following suit an unprecedented metamorphosis of the city's former hospital, the Grand Hôtel-Dieu became the first InterContinental hotel in the city of Lyon.
The project was carried out by interior decorator Jean-Philippe Nuel for more than four years. The imagined décor cleverly combines an elegant contemporary style with the sober beauty of the building. It is the largest private transformation of a historic monument carried out in France. The rehabilitation and reconversion initiative aim to revitalize the heritage building by honoring its rich history.
In the lobby, silk screens by Verel de Belval decorate the windows and are associated with the work of contemporary Lyon artist, Véronique de Soultrait. Guests can discover a large screen upholstered in Tuileries and a sofa covered in Lichens; the Trovatore jacquard appears in black and gold colors on bench and cushions in the Grand Dôme. In the hotel's bedrooms, Amboise, Dessus Dessous and Barbe Bleue fabrics.
Through the silk motifs, but also in the design of the specially created carpets, the floral theme dear to Lyon brings its preciousness to the place and takes inspiration from Lyon’s floral art tradition.
BARBE BLEUE VOUVRAY98006/089
BARBE BLEUE SABLE98006/030
BARBE BLEUE FIRMAMENT98006/890
BARBE BLEUE BOULEAU98006/889
DESSUS DESSOUS TABAC/NEGRE71046/009
DESSUS DESSOUS FONTE/BLEU EMAIL71046/001
DESSUS DESSOUS CENDRE/GRIS BEIGE71046/013
DESSUS DESSOUS CENDRE/ECORCE DE PIN71046/010
DESSUS DESSOUS ALBATRE/IVOIRE71046/014