Sir Terence Conran’s Andaz Suite

(ANDAZ)RED Suite

A new classic design has been incorporated into Sir Terence Conran’s (ANDAZ)RED Suite in London. Mr. Terence has a history regarding a Grade II listed property, he says. It was their first hotel project and was inaugurated at the turn of the millennium as the Great Eastern Hotel.

The brand announced its latest collaboration with RED (Organization of AIDS founded by Bono and Bobby Shriver). This new suite is designed by Sir Terence Conran, founder of the acclaimed architectural and interior design firm Conran and Partners.

The launch of a customized suite on Andaz Liverpool Street is available to book from June 22, 2018, part of the money for each reservation will be allocated to the fight against AIDS. The suite has 900 square feet (80 square meters). This project is the largest renovation of 267 hotel rooms in 2017.

Otto Steenbeek, general manager, noted that “It has been an honor to work with Sir Terence Conran to create this expertly curated space that reflects the spirit of East London, while having our guests the opportunity to benefit the lives of others through his trips.”

This suite is the latest in a series of activations since 2017, including the first (RED ANDAZ) RED Suite in Andaz West Hollywood designed by Jonathan Adler. 11 years ago the brand Andaz was launched with Andaz London Liverpool Street, which took advantage of the largest space (suite) of the hotel to add new tailor-made accessories such as tables, dressing table, armchairs and others.

The suite has carefully selected works of art and photographs commissioned by local artists, the creative ambience of East London in the suite blends with the contemporary design of a hotel with a domestic touch. The design of the room was adjusted to create a living and dining area, as well as a separate bedroom. The suite’s bathroom includes Dornbracht black brass and Laufen washbasins. It also houses a double marble vanity unit, a Laufen freestanding bathtub and underfloor heating.

The portraits of the fashion photographer Rankin, will tell the story of how the funds were used, showing mothers and children in Africa that has improved thanks to these funds (RED), as well as products available for purchase and ranging from $ 19- $ 315 (£ 14- £ 300). With each purchase, guests will provide an additional donation to (RED).

 

 

 

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