Tuesday, 7 May 2013



This hotel was rebranded by the design company Foreign Policy, I really liked the style of branding, and its audience would be a similar target to the people I would be trying to attract with my hotel, with a theme of travelling.

In terms of hotel style, the rooms and interior are too modern for the type of style I want my hotel to be, I want to mix contemporary with traditional.


Wanderlust is a left-field and totally experimental boutique hotel set to draw madcap voyagers and curious travellers to its doorstep. Located in Little India – a bustling cultural enclave where Indian immigrants once settled, and the building was originally an old school built it 1920s.
With four thematic levels of 29 rooms by award winning Singapore design agencies, each group was given full creative freedom.
Lobby Level – Industrial Glam by Asylum
A juxtaposition of the surrounding’s setting and contemporary design.
Level 2 – Eccentricity by :phunk Studio
Colours everything from the walls to the neon lights and the rainbow corridor leads to a outdoor deck with a customised mosaic-tiled jacuzzi.
Level 3 – Is it just Black and White by DP Architects
Walk across the black corridor and enter into the contrasting white rooms to discover Origami and Pop-Art works.
Level 4 – Creature Comforts by fFurious
Get cosy with friendly monsters in each room that presents a different vibe and be assured of a fantasy-filled experience.

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