Park Hotels
Apeejay Surrendra Group
Interiors
 
We have designed interiors for four Park Hotels’ projects including Kolkata, New Delhi, Bangalore, and Hyderabad.

Park Hotel Kolkata, a150 bedroom hotel, which gave the Park Hotel Group their name, opened in 1967, the same year that the Beatles came to India to learn transcendental meditation. Our designs are consciously influenced therefore by meditation and Indian psychedelia of this period. Hindu meditation links its seven bodily charkas to the seven colours of the spectrum. Against a dramatic background of black and white, these colours inform the new scheme.
 
The design concept for The Park Bangalore aimed to create an ‘urban resort’, achieving a fusion between the craft and colour of traditional India and the technological advances for which Bangalore is becoming famous. Drawing on this vast richness, we were careful to ensure that their contemporary attitude towards design did not underplay the importance of the surrounding cultural environment.

Continuing the theme of the five primary elements in the Hindu science of Vastu Shastra – earth, air, fire, water and space, The Residence at the Park Delhi references Earth. Stone colours, reddish browns and bright greens are mixed with natural materials and fabrics such as leather and wood. The outside is brought in, with grasses planted in boxes set into wall alcoves.
 
Photography by Amit Pasricha and Bharat Sikka
We have designed interiors for four Park Hotels’ projects including Kolkata, New Delhi, Bangalore, and Hyderabad.

Park Hotel Kolkata, a150 bedroom hotel, which gave the Park Hotel Group their name, opened in 1967, the same year that the Beatles came to India to learn transcendental meditation. Our designs are consciously influenced therefore by meditation and Indian psychedelia of this period. Hindu meditation links its seven bodily charkas to the seven colours of the spectrum. Against a dramatic background of black and white, these colours inform the new scheme.
 
The design concept for The Park Bangalore aimed to create an ‘urban resort’, achieving a fusion between the craft and colour of traditional India and the technological advances for which Bangalore is becoming famous. Drawing on this vast richness, we were careful to ensure that their contemporary attitude towards design did not underplay the importance of the surrounding cultural environment.

Continuing the theme of the five primary elements in the Hindu science of Vastu Shastra – earth, air, fire, water and space, The Residence at the Park Delhi references Earth. Stone colours, reddish browns and bright greens are mixed with natural materials and fabrics such as leather and wood. The outside is brought in, with grasses planted in boxes set into wall alcoves.
 
Photography by Amit Pasricha and Bharat Sikka
 
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Brightly coloured windows stare out from a stark Corbusier-style façade, hinting at the hip interior.
 
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